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by Lindsay Stanton
December 3, 2014
With the omnipresence of the internet, mobile devices, and social sites, brand messaging more than ever is not just what you say but how you say it. The medium itself is a key part of the message, speaking volumes about a business before any actual... Read More
by Jilyne Tangolics
November 25, 2014
Partnerships require understanding, whether it be in our personal lives or the business world. Without understanding another persons' point of view, it can be difficult to build trust and realistic expectations of the partnership. Recruitment is an... Read More
by Charlie Hoffmann
November 18, 2014
OK. It’s Monday morning at 8:42 am. You nervously walk into the office of your new job and you’re not sure what to expect. You have sweaty palms, your heart is beating a little faster and you’re trying to quell the butterflies in your stomach. As... Read More
by Deborah Harrison
November 12, 2014
Conversations surrounding the use of social media for marketing and recruitment often include an assessment of the pros and cons of its popular use in a generation that’s grown #hashtaghappy. The key here is that social media is cemented into our... Read More
by Sharlyn Lauby
November 5, 2014
Sometimes I wonder if waiting for the “Next Big Thing” has become a new sport. Last month at the HR Technology Conference, I felt like people were waiting for this clear signal of “Next Big Thing” in recruiting. Whenever I feel that way, I have a... Read More
by Zach Lahey
October 29, 2014
If you’ve ever interviewed anyone, you know that the focus is usually about how the candidate is perceived by the interviewer, but have you ever thought about what the candidate thinks of you? Well, it’s a great starting point to evaluate your... Read More
by Kacie Frey
October 16, 2014
Each year, the iCIMS crew heads out to the HR Technology Conference to network and meet with thousands of HR Professionals from all over the world. Attending a trade show of this size provides several benefits for an organization, everything from... Read More
by Lauren Stern
October 7, 2014
During my post college job search, one of the most effective networking strategies I utilized was the informational interview. For those unfamiliar with this term, an informational interview is a candidate’s conversation with an employee that... Read More
by James Mitchell
September 18, 2014
According to a survey conducted by GlassDoor, 89% of job-seeking respondents said they plan on using their mobile devices to help find employment. As a millennial, taking advantage of mobile technology when looking for your next, or first... Read More
by Eileen Kern
September 11, 2014
Last night, a few friends and I watched Jumanji in honor of the late Robin Williams. According to the Netflix loading screen, this is what Jumanji is about: Example 1: When two siblings discover an enchanted board game that’s a portal to a magical... Read More
by Mike Desmond
September 4, 2014
As a Sales Manager there are a few things that keep me up at night; bad dreams where I am on a Sales call, and no matter what I say, the prospective client still says no – and the fear that one of my top Sales Representatives will leave the team.... Read More
by Deborah Harrison
August 20, 2014
In 2005, Discovery Channel started airing a show “Dirty Jobs.” Host Mike Rowe set about to touring the country and checking out some of the… well, grossest jobs you could imagine. Despite the cringe-worthiness of the occupations, most of these... Read More


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