Posts By: Emily Kocoloski

Hiring Horror Stories: Come In Costume

When the clock struck midnight on September 22nd, swimsuits transformed into sweaters, glittering fireflies became screeching bats, and every latte suddenly tasted like pumpkin. I’m just saying maybe Cinderella didn’t really leave the glass slipper behind at the ball – but instead traded it in for a sensible seasonal boot. At Kinetix, we love these […]


by Emily Kocoloski • October 10, 2017
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Kinetix Kares And So Should You

At Kinetix we have a mantra: “We weren’t too ambitious when we started out. We just wanted to be the biggest thing that ever walked the planet.” These famous words from Steven Tyler encompass everything about the culture at Kinetix – how we rock our business, how we connect with our teammates, and how we […]


by Emily Kocoloski • September 19, 2017
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Why Your Employees Left In 4 Words

Losing awesome talent can feel a lot like a breakup – except employees won’t give the old “It’s not you, it’s me” speech, because most of the time it really is you, the company. Unfortunately, we often don’t find out about an employee’s professional grievances with our organizations until they have already made up their […]


by Emily Kocoloski • August 30, 2017

How To Kill Your Candidate’s Interest During The Interview

Yes, you read the title of this blog post correctly. To improve our interview processes we must first make a few hiring mistakes of our own so that we can learn from them. After being on both sides of the hiring process, our team has learned a thing or two about best-interviewing practices. So, luckily […]


by Emily Kocoloski • August 14, 2017

Craft a Click Worthy Tweet Copy in 140 Characters or Less

Do you ever get that tingly feeling in your stomach when you find the perfect content to share to your profile? It’s that flawless blog post that nails a point so beautifully, it makes you want to laugh and cry at the same time. You can’t help but click that share button so that you […]


by Emily Kocoloski • July 24, 2017

Find Talent On Twitter With This FREE Social Tool

If you didn’t catch our last blog post about the power of Crowdfire and what it can do for your personal brand/follower reach, here’s the gist. Crowdfire has awesome, FREE growth features for virtually anyone with less than 3,000 Twitter followers – so recruiters and talent pros can stack their audiences with industry gurus and […]


by Emily Kocoloski • July 10, 2017

Grow Your Personal Brand On Twitter For FREE

They say there is no such thing as free lunch. Well, whoever said that never walked around a grocery store on Sample Sunday. Now you might be thinking “free food is cool and all, but how does it relate to building my personal brand as a recruiter?” That’s exactly what the social growth tool Crowdfire […]


by Emily Kocoloski • June 20, 2017

How Twitter Bots Are Hurting Your Employer Brand

The Talent Industry is currently buzzing about bots and automation coming for our jobs thanks to the widespread alarmist articles filling our news feeds. But don’t worry – this isn’t one of those blog posts and we aren’t about to dive into the issues with those bots. Oh no, the bots we are concerned with […]


by Emily Kocoloski • June 1, 2017

#Hashtag Your Way To A Bigger Candidate Pool

As employer branding gurus, we know the importance of leaving our organization’s fingerprint on every piece of content we put out there. It’s pretty easy to do when you have a blog post (like this one), or a video full of branded images and messages to help get your company flavor across. But what about […]


by Emily Kocoloski • May 15, 2017

It’s All About Location: How To Draw Candidates To Your Instagram By Geotagging

If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past few years you know that Instagram is one of the hottest (and most disruptive) social branding tools out there. And there’s a pretty good reason why—actually, there are 600 million reasons why! Up from 500 million monthly users in June of 2016, it’s safe […]


by Emily Kocoloski • May 1, 2017