June is a busy month for Zoho Recruit.
We’ll be taking part in not one, not two, but three recruiting events in two different countries starting Tuesday, June 3.
If you are a professional recruiter or HR professional looking for software solutions to source more candidates and a chance to network with other recruiting peers and professionals, take time to visit us at any of our three June events:
Tuesday, June 3 — Recruitment Leaders Connect, London, UK
Thursday, June 5 — Recruitment Technology and Supplier Showcase Event, London, UK
Wednesday, June 11 to Saturday, June 14 — California Staffing Professionals Annual Staffing and Recruiting Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
All three events are a great opportunity to meet Zoho Recruit employees and talk about how applicant tracking and recruiting software can help you source more candidates and hire more people without draining your wallet.
Whether you already use Zoho Recruit or are looking for a software solution, we look forward to meeting and talking with all of you this month.
See you in London and Las Vegas!
We value every feedback we receive from you, whether it is praise or criticism. It is gratifying to hear a word of appreciation, that motivates us to try even harder. Some Zoho Recruit love from passionate customers. We love you too!
“The best part of Zoho recruit is the ease in which you can move within the program. Finding candidates is a breeze and putting together a report for our clients has never been easier. We also love the way Zoho links each person to the current profile in LinkedIn. This way if our candidates change careers, it is easy to track them and be current at all times. Our business support partner Ananth is fabulous and gets back to us within 24 hours.”
– Erika Weinstein (CEO & Founder, eTeam Executive Search)
“If I were the one helping me, I would be tearing my hair out. I know lots about sales but next to nothing about Data and migration and so on. My support team at ZoHo has been helpful, patient and super nice. OUTSTANDING SERVICE”
– Tom (President, Clear Staffing Solutions)
“We had been through the ringer!”
Those were the words that Secita Solutions founder Mike Moore used when describing his search for an adequate CRM to use.
“I tried ACT, Sugar, Maximizer, and Vtiger and was tired of looking for CRMs…until I found Zoho. As soon as I did, I started planning big things down the road for Secita because I immediately knew Zoho was going to take us to the next level…and beyond!”
Yesterday marked the beginning of a new year, and subsequently, a fresh start on all things related to your life and your business. Go ahead and look out your window. It’s 2014 and anything is possible.
January 1 is more than just a day on the calendar. It is a time to reflect on the past year, and more importantly, focus on the one ahead. How can you become a better recruiter? How can you become a better you?
And while it’s true that New Year’s resolutions fizzle out quicker than fireworks across a New Year’s Eve night sky, creating a list of goals and new recruiting techniques for 2014 can significantly increase your success as a recruiter, if you put them to practice!
Statistically, sales teams and businesses that make the fewest hiring errors are the most successful. Why? Because they have the best employees who were a perfect fit for the job from day one, and therefore, didn’t waste time with other candidates.
So, how can you improve your recruiting game in 2014? Here are a few helpful tips to get you going!
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Back in August, we discussed different candidate types one might encounter during both the recruitment and interview process. Like I said then, there is no ideal candidate personality perfect for every position across the board. Each job requires someone different and each company should look for personality diversity in its employees.
A common misconception many small businesses or companies have is the desire to hire like-minded employees who act and perform similarly to the owner or other employees. However, CEO and founder of Steven Step Recruiting, Beth Gilfeather, warns against this saying, “while it might seem like a good thing…it can hamper growth.”
With that in mind, a recruiter and potential interviewer not only needs to be aware of different candidate types, but also techniques and strategies to use for these different types of people during the interview process.
We are delighted to announce that Zoho Recruit will be exhibiting at the Recruiting Trends Conference, held at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas from 22-25 October 2013. We will be there on Thursday and Friday, the 24th & 25th of October 2013.
We will be available at Booth no.415; so feel free to drop by for a demo and to chat about how Zoho Recruit can fit your recruitment needs and give you a strategic advantage in today’s challenging economic environment.
The Recruiting Trends Conference is a fantastic opportunity to meet and network with industry leaders. Please visit Recruiting Trends Conference website here to know all about the conference and register your details.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Social media continually brings in new ways for individuals to connect and interact with each other across various platforms. While the popularity of social networking consistently rises, the process of finding potential candidates is advancing in great ways.
Among the multitude of social networking sites, LinkedIn is the most popular social media platform for candidate sourcing and recruiting. It has become an invaluable hiring tool to recruiters. You can reach thousands of professionals from multiple industries in a single portal.
Today Zoho Recruit is pleased to announce deeper LinkedIn integration, in addition to associating candidates and client contacts with LinkedIn profiles. With the new LinkedIn Integration, you can reach top talents by posting jobs on LinkedIn. And, the info of the applicants who apply to your job postings will be entered directly into the Zoho Recruit system.
We hope you like this new integration with LinkedIn. Do write to us with your feedback on firstname.lastname@example.org or share in your thoughts in the commenting section below.