It’s Time for a New Career Site Experience

Over the past few years at Kinetix, we’ve expanded our recruitment marketing practice and part of that expansion includes career site design and implementation for our clients. We’ve looked at 100’s, maybe even 1000’s of careers sites and pages and have seen everything under the sun when it comes to presenting a career experience to […]


by Patrick Ward • August 4, 2017

There’s a New Sheriff (*cough, Google Jobs, cough*) In Town! Watch out.

Google has recently launched Google for Jobs, which is designed to help people across the U.S. find their next job fast and easy. Google says it’s not competitive and results take you to a partner site, but the offering might take down some established job boards in the process—will it take down Indeed? We’ll see […]


by Elizabeth Dickerson • August 4, 2017

Why You Shouldn’t Underestimate the Power of Podcasting For Your Employer Brand

When you hear “employer brand” there are probably a few things that come to mind: your careers site, the written and video content you post there, and the social channels on which you share that content. If you’re doing those three things, you’re probably already doing more than most. But there’s one item that may […]


by Kate Weimer • August 1, 2017

How Much Career Development Do You Owe YOUR Employees?

When you hear the words “career development,” you’re probably thinking about the time and financial resources that you would need to invest in your workforce… But in reality, it’s so much more than that. Career development programs not only support employee retention and reflect well on the company, but they make employees better producers and […]


by Elizabeth Dickerson • July 31, 2017

What Should You Be Looking For When Asking Candidates, “What Do You Know About Our Company?”

There are some interview questions that come standard, regardless of the position or company that a candidate is interviewing for. What is your past experience? Why are you looking for a new opportunity? What is your biggest strength and weakness? And then, of course, what do you know about the company? This standard question can […]


by Kate Weimer • July 28, 2017

3 Easy Body Language Tricks To Get Candidates To Like You More

Persuading candidates to like you and trust you isn’t as hard as it may seem. I mean… they want to like you considering you’re their potential boss, right? Don’t ruin the fun out of a job search by being a jerk or lack of excitement when you’re interviewing. Interviewing a candidate can be effective and […]


by Elizabeth Dickerson • July 28, 2017

Everything Wrong With the Millennial Job Posting Making Its Rounds on the Internet

Over the past few years, bashing millennials has overtaken baseball as America’s favorite pastime. Maybe it’s because millennials keep killing various industries, or maybe it’s because it’s very easy to pigeonhole one generation and blame all problems within the workplace on them. Whatever the reason, articles of why millennials are terrible have become so commonplace […]


by Kate Weimer • July 25, 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

How to Convince Your Employees to Respond to Change

What is this “change agile” craze all about? What is the goal of change agile? That’s easy. It’s to simply enable change in your organization, not prevent it. Change agile brings cohesion and unity to the concept of organizational change management. Companies should be willing to adopt and implement new controls to drive or improve […]


by Purple Squirrel • July 24, 2017

What Google for Jobs Means for Your Recruitment Marketing Spend

In part 2 of our 3-part series on Google for Jobs, we’re taking a look at how Google is utilizing third-party sites to boost their job offerings. In addition to scraping your ATS portal or careers site, the new platform also partners with major job boards and sites like LinkedIn, CareerBuilder, Glassdoor, and others. Google […]


by Patrick Ward • July 21, 2017

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