Work is the curse of the drinking classes

Paddy O'Grady

Oscar Wilde, in a play on Karl Marx’s words, remarked that “work is the curse of the drinking classes”. In doing so, Wilde captured the contrast between the workplace as a place of boredom and stress, and the convivial atmosphere of the pub wherein friends gather to socialize and have fun. Yet the nature of work has changed since the 19th century; the modern manager takes a holistic approach to the individual employee, aligning work with the employee’s requirements. The same can be said of the recruiter.   

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Topics: Content Marketing for Recruiters, Company Culture, Careers Website, Employer Branding, job descriptions, EVP, targeted content, candidate persona

How to Win the Majority of Multi-Offer Candidates

KC Donovan

Let’s face it, we’re all hiring more employees and competition for the best talent might be the greatest it’s ever been (that’s right you dot commers – ever!). If you track the offers you’re making, you’ll see that most talented candidates have multiple offers to choose from. For certain industries and roles, it’s been this way for quite a while regardless of talent ability.

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Topics: Employer Branding, recruiting content, candidate experience, competition for talent, EVP