10 Creative Tips for a Killer Employee Referral Program

Employee referral programs don’t have to follow a traditional pattern to be successful. In fact, if you go beyond it, it might prove even better. Hence, we have prepared a list of 10 creative ideas you can get an inspiration from.


A Guide to Recruiting on Facebook

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use Facebook posts and paid ads to source more candidates and what common mistakes to avoid.


46 Sourcing Tools for Expert Recruiters to Find Top Talent

A set of tools can make or break your candidate sourcing process so it’s important to choose the right ones that fit your needs as a recruiter.


11 Recruitment Strategies to Attract Top Talent in 2022

If you want to fill more positions, get better quality candidates and decrease your time to hire, here are some of the best recruitment strategies you can use in the year to come.


Candidate Sourcing: 109 Slack Groups to Find New Hires

Slack has become the go-to tool for work communication, boasting over 8 million daily active users, and some of them, might be your potential employees.


20 Creative Sourcing Strategies for Attracting Passive Candidates

Let’s face it. Finding strong job candidates is hard, especially with a tight budget. If you can’t afford using job boards and/or headhunting, it is perhaps time to look into new ways to engage candidates.


How to Make a Job Ad That Attracts Candidates (with Examples)

In today’s competitive market, sourcing the best talent is more difficult than ever. There’s many reasons for this, but if you’re looking to attack the problem at its core, pay attention to the beginning of the hiring process – the job ad.


Recruiting Developers is Hard: But This Hack Changes the Game

If you run a software company (or any kind of IT company, for that matter), you probably found yourself facing this problem at some point. It seems like recruiting developers – especially good ones – is getting harder and harder. Surely, it cannot be the case that people aren’t educating themselves to be developers. Yet,