How to Build an Employer Brand Ambassadorship Program at Your Company

If it’s been said once, it’s been said a million times: there is no better resource to build your employer brand and show candidates what life is like in your company than the talent you currently have working for you. A few of the ways you can leverage this goldmine of a resource: Getting your […]

by Kate Weimer • September 15, 2017

3 Easy Tricks to Help Your Email Signature Look Professional {FREE TOOL!}

Let’s talk emails. They’re annoying. Aren’t you tired of getting emails like… all day, every day? How about when you get a random email from someone you don’t know trying to pitch something to you… and they just sign off their email with “Thanks, Dan.” Like.. hey, DAN. Thanks for cluttering up my already overflowing […]

by Elizabeth Dickerson • September 14, 2017

Hurricanes or Bust? How Natural Disasters Can Help Your Recruiting Efforts

Natural disasters have been on the public mind lately. With the Category 4 Hurricane Harvey ramming right through Texas followed by Hurricane Irma, Category 4-5, 16 days later blowing through Florida, there is a lot to say about how these will affect the job market. As a recruiter, following the trends of the job market […]

by Al Hill • September 12, 2017

A Bold 30 Day Challenge To Boost Employee Happiness

If you’re anything like me, you might be sitting at a desk working a 9-5 job—right in the gullet of Corporate America. Also, if you’re like me, that can get old. Real quick. Not in a bad way… but doing the same thing all the time, every day, coming to the same desk, same people, […]

by Elizabeth Dickerson • September 7, 2017

The First Labor Day Was 135 Years Ago—Here’s How Far We’ve Come

This past Monday, the working masses turned their alarm clocks off, fired up their grills (or their Netflixes), and gave a toast to having a three day weekend in observance of Labor Day. Though this year’s Labor Day fell on September 4th, Tuesday September 5th marked the 135th anniversary of the very first official Labor […]

by Kate Weimer • September 6, 2017

3 Questions You Should Ask Your Employees From Time to Time

Think about all the questions you ask an employee before they’re hired (also known as a candidate): questions to get to know who they are, what experience they have, how they might fit into your organization. Now think about all the questions you ask an employee when they’ve decided to leave your company (also known […]

by Kate Weimer • August 31, 2017

The Power of Social Media Influencers in Recruiting

The first people that come to mind when thinking of an influencer in the social media world are celebrities – at least for millennials like me. The actual definition of social media influencer is: “A Social Media Influencer is a user on social media who has established credibility in a specific industry. A social media […]

by Al Hill • August 31, 2017

Believe It Or Not… Candidates Are Actually Human

There. We said it. Candidates are humans – not pieces of paper *gasp!* So since they are flesh and blood just like us, we should treat them as such, right? Candidate experience is important to us here at Kinetix. Take a look at this week’s Lean In We said it. Candidates are humans – not […]

by Elizabeth Dickerson • August 31, 2017

The Secret to Overcoming Unconscious Biases When Interviewing Candidates

Face it—when you hire someone, you’re judging them on a multitude of characteristics: what employers they’ve worked for, what experience they gained from those employers, how they answer your questions, the tone of their voice, the outfits they’re wearing, the way they do their hair… Yeah, that’s right, and you know it. You’re totally judging […]

by Kate Weimer • August 31, 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
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