Tag Archives: Facebook

It’s Not a War for Talent. It’s More Like Match.com

The problem with thinking about the current talent market as a war, is that it implies all the wrong tactics. Shock and awe, superior fire power and blitzkrieg tactics won’t win this game. Instead, the right tactics are far more in line with those used on online dating websites. First, make no mistake, job seekers […]

3 Reasons You’re Missing The Best Candidates

by George Blomgren This article is inspired by a fantastic article written by Dr. John Sullivan. My version covers some different territory. Employers often talk about the cost of bad hires. But we don’t talk about the cost of missed hires — the great employees we fail to recruit/hire. In a talent shortage market, that […]

Social At Work

One third of American workers use Facebook at work every day. The time spent on the social website ranges from spending a few extra minutes to check messages, to spending a couple hours scrolling through the news feed. Despite the time an employee spends on the social network, the truth is – 1 out of […]

Social Media & Recruitment [INFOGRAPHIC]

How does social media affect recruitment? Check out this cool infographic from Staff.com!

Social Media and When To Use It [Infographic]

If you have a business, large or small, you probably use social media to interact with customers, broadcast company information, and attract job candidates with your employment brand. Social media reaches a broad range of people, making it a popular platform to communicate information effectively, quickly, and efficiently. Did you know there are good and […]

Spring Has Sprung…And So Has The Good Jobs™!

If you’ve been following us on Facebook or Twitter, you’ve seen that The Good Jobs website went live in preparation for our formal launch. We have timed our official company launch with the first day of spring…and we couldn’t be more excited. If you haven’t RSVPd for our launch party yet, there’s still time! Join […]