Tag Archives: marketing

Career Management for HR (and everyone else)

This is advice for HR professionals in Wisconsin. And every other worker, in any field, anywhere. Over the last several years, I’ve done quite a bit of HR recruiting in Wisconsin. And I’ve heard a number of complaints from employers about the HR talent pool in the dairy state. I’m convinced there is both a […]

Employee Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]

We found this fantastic infographic from HR blog Staff Motivation Matters – that we really wanted to share! Employee engagement is extremely important in a company’s success. High levels of productivity and low levels of employee turnover create that coveted sweet spot of employee engagement all companies strive to achieve. No matter what country a […]

Trust, Relationships, and Your Audience

Content Isn’t King. Trust Is King. | SEOmoz We love this recent blog post on SEOmoz.org. The blog page of the SEO and social media monitoring platform company always has knowledgeable and thought-provoking posts that range from search engine optimization advice, to new tools and tricks of social media, to rising technological advances, content marketing, […]

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 […]

How to Attract Discerning Job Seekers [Part 2]

Are you looking for strong contributors to your team, that will bring talent and fit with your culture, and will bring their discretionary effort to your company’s success? Then you are looking for discerning job seekers, who choose to bring their talent and expertise to your company and who will create and contribute to your […]

Who We Are

Want to learn more about how we connect job seekers and employers through cultural fit? Watch our video to learn more about what The Good Jobs can do for your company!

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 […]

Does Your Website Speak Your Culture Language?

A company’s culture and branding are sometimes two different things. A company’s customer and employment brands are sometimes two different things. I recently spoke with a recruiter at a financial services company that said he has a unique challenge because the work environment he recruits for is entrepreneurial. They are looking for employees who can […]

Recruiting and Marketing, and the Gray Space Between.

Our friends at The Undercover Recruiter blog understand the importance of not focusing solely on attracting talent, but retaining talent as well. Companies are demanding experienced and skilled employees, and asking recruiters to find those who meet these qualifications. This presents a new challenge for recruiters — most top talent is already employed. Recruiters must […]

What is Cultural Fit?

Cultural fit. These words have evolved into a concept that has proven difficult to articulate within the business world. Often, the buzzwords proliferate into a negative connotation. Bloomberg Businessweek released an article titled “Job Applicant’s Cultural Fit Can Trump Qualifications” with the negative undertones. The author, Logan Hill, claimed that interviews are becoming less likely […]