It’s been a great and fun year writing blog posts and other content on this blog and in honor of the New Year, we’d like to share the most popular and helpful posts according to our readers over the past year.
Here are the top 10 posts in terms of views and re-tweets from this blog for 2012, enjoy:
This was our treatise on what organizations should expect from HR technology vendors.
A look into the future of recruitment technology and some trends to keep in mind as your organization looks to build out their technology infrastructure.
Some great takeaways from the companies that won awards with distinction from this year’s Candidate Experience Awards.
As companies improve their Career Sites and employer branding strategy, it’s important that they measure what works and what doesn’t. For this, they will need to start thinking about the recruitment metrics integral to figuring this out.
What do successful recruiting organizations focus on that helps them produce results? This post goes over a few things we have learned from talking to forward thinking companies.
A look into the future of companies employer branding and career site strategy. This post takes a look at all the considerations needed to begin building a next generation Career Site.
Jumping on the Gangnam Style bandwagon, here is a post on some recruitment content lessons to be learned from international sensation Psy.
Not all candidates that drop off during your recruiting process are worth the same to your organization. This post helps to frame what candidates provide true value so you can improve your process.
You bought technology, now it’s time to use it to improve your process and results. This post provides helpful tips on getting more out of the existing technology you purchased.
Our most popular post this past year goes into the Candidate Experience and the technology that helps drive a better process and experience for candidates. It starts way before a candidate applies.