Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends. This week we’ll be covering the candidate experience, what it means to be a recruiter, social sourcing and the future of the global workforce.

Before we begin, I’d also like to share news and articles from us this week that you should check out:

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Here are the articles that interested us (in no particular order):


Stop talking about the candidate experience and do something! by Jennifer Jones Newbill (@JenniferNatDell)

Jennifer shares Dell’s journey and action plan item’s for truly doing something about making your candidate experience better.


What the Candidate Experience really looks like by Matt Charney (@MattCharney)

In a similar vein, Matt takes a look at one example of what the candidate experience looks like and cumbersome nature that is all too common with finding and applying for a job opportunity.


You’re Not Really a Recruiter by Derek Zeller (@Derdiver)

Great post and comments here on the recruiting industry and the bad name it often gets.


Light Social Sourcing Won’t Cut It in 2015 by Patrick Rooney (@patrick1rooney)

Worth a read from Patrick on the importance of social and recruitment marketing on talent acquisition in 2015.


Predicting what the Global Workplace Will Look Like in 2030 by China Gorman (@ChinaGorman)

Nice look at how the future of work may evolve and change backed by statistics.


Hope you enjoy the articles!

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