Reading Time: 5 minutes Attract veteran talent with the best recruitment marketing for veteran hiring. Use these strategies and content in your veteran hiring initiatives. More and more organizations have discovered the competitive advantages of adding veteran talent to their teams. It’s not just the courage, commitment and character
Reading Time: 6 minutes Engaging a team in an employer branding project will increase employee engagement. Capture their stories for recruitment marketing content that will reach, and inspire, the right candidates. Sometimes you are recruiting for a group that’s magic. Candidates walk into an in-person interview undecided and walk
Reading Time: 3 minutes This post is an excerpt from our downloadable guide to content marketing & employee stories for employee engagement and talent brand. Employee engagement and talent brand have historically beenviewed as separate initiatives, each living under the purview ofdifferent roles within companies. While the employee engagementand talent
Reading Time: 7 minutes When recruiting new team members, evaluating for “culture fit” is an outdated practice because it can lead to discriminatory hiring practices. When you rely on rapport as a major hiring criteria, you’ll prefer candidates with whom you easily connect … likely because of common ground
Reading Time: 4 minutes Stories Inc. launches Virtual Story Sessions, our new service that captures remote employee video content. Capture your employees’ stories in high-definition video and audio, and receive an array of content reflecting virtual workplace cultures and diverse employee experiences. Stories Inc. specializes in capturing distinct workplace
Reading Time: 6 minutes Employee advocacy is a powerful way to distribute your employer branding and recruitment marketing messaging. And, team members want to be employer brand ambassadors! So, kickstart your employee advocacy program by creating content your team members will want to share with their networks. When you
Reading Time: 4 minutes This post is in a series featuring our favorite employee stories from 2019. In 2018, only 13% of engineers were women, despite more women graduating with engineering degrees than ever. More shocking: 30% of women who left engineering said their company’s culture was the reason.