Jobboarders.com is a professional community for those working in the online employment services industry. Operated by the International Association of Employment Web Sites, it offers daily articles and biweekly columns written by thought leaders on key topics related to the operation, products and services, management and business success of job boards and other employment sites.
While metrics and analytics have always played a role in recruitment, it wasn’t until the advent of Big Data that recruiters and employment sites began to consider how best to acquire and exploit the huge volume of data now available. Ken Clark, CEO of Recruitics, and his team examine emerging opportunities and best practices for leveraging Big Data to make decisions and take actions that are better informed.
Niche employment sites are the growth engine of the online employment services industry. Their size and specialized focus create both special opportunities and unique challenges. Ryan Healy, the Co-Founder of BrazenCareerist, and his team explore the key strategies and tactics for building a successful niche employment site.
The Web is a global platform, but each region of the world has its own best practices and developments. Sharing such insights and news advances every job board’s performance.
Darren Brown, Managing Director of Logic Melon, and his team explore key strategies and tactics as well as well as the impact of new ideas and trends in the world’s major markets.
By Darren Brown, CEO of LogicMelon
This column is the second of a two-part series. Part 1 is available here.
To say that digital tech is shaking things up is a slight understatement. It’s dug in its heels and is reshaping the whats, hows and whys of…
It feels like 2014 was the year that VC money returned to the job board industry. Each month brought more news of investments and funding (not to mention some pretty substantial growth by existing players). So let's take a journey back and look at some of the highlights for the online recruiting world:
Go to any recruiting conference these days, and you’ll hear a lot about optimizing the candidate experience. It’s a noble cause and long overdue in recruiting. However, it’s also only half the challenge.
The simple truth is that you can’t optimize the candidate experience if you don’t first optimize the recruiter’s experience. You can’t expect recruiters to treat job seekers with the courtesy and respect they deserve if you don’t enable and empower those…