April 03, 2019
Hampton, N.H. (September 8th, 2015) - CAREEREALISM, a career advice and recruiter brand site, is partnering with LinkedIn to talk about how to recruit today’s sophisticated job seeker. The 2015 LinkedIn Talent Connect in October is fast approaching. CEO & Founder, J.T. O’Donnell, will be co-emceeing the event this year. 76% of CAREEREALISM readers said they would be more likely to apply to a job if they knew more about the company recruiter. O’Donnell, will expand on this topic at Talent Connect by demonstrating how and why it’s important for recruiters to build their own brands. Why YOU Should Go To Talent Connect:
- Break tunnel vision
- Network and learn from peers
- Spark creativity
- Learn how to leverage new tools
- Motivation to do better
- Opportunity to work on your career
Hampton, N.H. (July 20th, 2015) - CAREEREALISM, a career advice and recruiter brand site, today published the results of its 2015 Recruiter brand survey, through which its audience of 1M+ monthly readers were polled. We collected more than 500 responses from our readers. Readers were prompted to tell us if they were more likely to apply for a job if they knew more about the company recruiter. According to the results, 76% of those readers said they would be more likely to apply to a job if they knew more about the company recruiter. This shows how their sophistication in job search means recruiters MUST build their own brands. Further data from CAREEREALISM’s 1M readers revealed the following::
- 89% are looking for a job this year
- 94% would find it helpful to have a Recruiter Directory that featured recruiter profiles
- 33% said that the hardest thing to find during a job search is the contact information of hiring teams
- 22% said the hardest thing to find was insight into the company culture
About CAREEREALISMCAREEREALISM, a website dedicated to showcasing recruiter brands to more than 1,000,000 sophisticated job seekers, was founded in 2009 on the belief that “every job is temporary.” For more information please visit www.CAREEREALISM.com.
Hampton, N.H. (July 7th, 2015) – CAREEREALISM, a site that helps employers market themselves to job seekers, is hosting a webinar for recruiters on July 15th, 2015 at 1:00PM EST. The webinar is titled “Find Your Next Purple Squirrel With Instagram!” Recruiters are finding it harder and harder to find qualified and informed talent to fill their company positions. The neverending race to find the “perfect” job candidates, otherwise known as “purple squirrels,” has been taking a toll on their success. Over 60% of recruiters claimed they are frustrated with this challenge and are looking for a new job, it’s safe to say the candidate shortage is getting the best of recruiters.
In this session, recruiters will learn how to:
- Develop your recruiter brand
- Engage your target talent
- Gain followers on Instagram
- Impress your management
- Beat your competition
- Be an expert in Purple Squirrel Hunting
Hampton, N.H. (June 17, 2015) – CAREEREALISM, a site that helps employers market themselves to job seekers, published the results of its 2015 career development poll, through which its audience of 1M+ monthly readers were polled. Readers were prompted to share whether or not they had a career development plan in place. CAREEREALISM compiled the results and found: Having a career development plan in place is important for the savvy professional. It will ultimately help a sophisticated job seeker see their professional future more clearly, and help them to plan more effectively in their professional life. “Not having a career development plan today puts your employability at great risk,” said J.T. O’Donnell, founder & CEO of CAREEREALISM. “Over time, the needs of employers change. If your career development plan doesn’t account for shifts in skills and abilities necessary to stay competitive in the workplace, you can easily find yourself out-of-date AND out of work.” Check out CareerHMO’s CAP program to start learning more about crafting the perfect career development plan. About CAREEREALISM CAREEREALISM, a privately-held career advice and Employment Branding company, was founded in 2009 on the belief that “every job is temporary.” The purpose of the site is to help people solve their career and job search problems. CAREEREALISM connects the top talent with the best companies by telling stories that showcase what makes a company’s culture unique. The company is the leading online destination for career advice and employment branding intelligence.With extensive experience in career counseling at large companies, founder J.T. O’Donnell has created an organic platform built to share experiences, provide feedback, and suggest how companies can reveal their talent brand. For more information please visit www.CAREEREALISM.com.
Hampton, N.H. (June 9th, 2015) - CAREEREALISM, a site that helps employers market themselves to job seekers, is launching a new webinar series for recruiters on June 17th, 2015 at 1:00PM EST. The series is titled “How "Purple Squirrel Hunting" Makes Recruiting Easier (And More Rewarding!)”
In this session, you will learn:
- Why the "Sophisticated Job Seeker" is making your job harder
- #1 Reason why hiring managers don't understand your challenges
- How generational differences are affecting the talent pool
- Why personas will change the recruiting world
- How turning job descriptions into "job stories" will attract your target talent
- Simple way to leverage job stories using LinkedIn Sponsored Updates to enhance your recruiter brand
- CAN'T ATTEND LIVE? No problem! Register now and receive the replay after
- *FREE* Copy of New Digital Book "Recruiting for Dummies" for Every Registrant ($20 Value!)
Recently, we announced that we will be hosting weekly Twitter chats on inbound recruiting using the #InboundRecruiting hashtag. The goal of the weekly Twitter chat is to raise awareness about inbound recruiting strategies that help employers attract the right job candidates to their current job openings. This week, we have a very special guest host on the chat! On Wednesday, June 10 at 12pm eastern, join us as Global Talent Acquisition and Human Resources Leader Ed Nathanson discusses inbound recruiting strategies and techniques!
About Our Guest HostEd Nathanson helps great companies come to the good side of the force and join the rebel alliance. He has 20 years of experience as a Global Talent Acquisition and Human Resources Leader. Ed has been a speaker many times for LinkedIn Talent Connect Events. He has also been profiled or appeared in publications including: The Boston Globe, CIO.com, Xconomy, Boston Business Journal, Corp Magazine, Recruiter.com, CNBC.com, Wired Magazine, HR Fishbowl, Workopolis, HR Toolbox, Infosec Institute, LinkedIn Talent Blog and others.
Day/TimeWednesday, June 10 @ 12pm eastern
Questions:Q1: It seems like every company is on the employment branding wagon these days – how do you position yourself to stand out? #InboundRecruiting Q2: What types of content have been the most successful for you in your campaigns? #InboundRecruiting Q3: To my SMB peeps – which social channels do you find most effective and why? #InboundRecruiting Q4: Everyone seems to have an opinion on how to measure brand success – how do you measure it and why? #InboundRecruiting Q5: Who should own employment brand – marketing or TA – or both? #InboundRecruiting Q6: What are some effective ways you have gotten your employees to act as brand advocates? #InboundRecruiting
Hampton, N.H. (May 19th, 2015) - CAREEREALISM, a career advice and employment branding site, published the results of its 2015 professional development survey, through which its audience of 1M+ monthly readers were polled. Readers were prompted to tell us how important professional development was to them. If a job seeker wants to continue moving forward in their career, they must develop a variety of skills. The more skills a job seeker acquires the better prepared they are for future endeavors. A job seekers professional development is a big part of their success. CAREEREALISM compiled the answers from its readers and discovered the following:
- 91% said professional development was very important
- 8% said professional development was somewhat important
- 1% said professional development was not important