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How to Use the Psychology of Color in Recruitment

You might have already learned about how typography influences readers and how people could be influenced through different content formats. But did it ever occur to you that there is a connection between colors and the reactions you can obtain from your reader, candidates or customer niche? If this isn’t an aspect you have considered so far, you…

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branding, english, recruiter, recruitment

Deepfakes and Recruitment

We are used to technology evolving quickly and coming up with new and surprising updates and solutions. Many recruiters and sourcers love A.I. because it’s going to make our work easier and help improve the candidate experience. But what is about to follow is not one of the best usages of A.I. that can happen…

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candidate, english, recruiter, recruitment

The Myth of Finding the “Perfect Hire”

Most companies are in search of the ‘perfect hire’ for their open roles. It’s understandable because every company requires the ‘best fit’ employees to thrive. Top achievers are the backbone of any business. Therefore, after successfully hiring these stellar candidates, companies can then pat themselves on the back, knowing they have the best hands on…

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candidate, english, recruitment

The Amazing Effect of “Thank You”

Happy employees are more productive than unhappy employees. That’s a no-brainer, and we all know that. Every company tries every day to create an environment to make their employees happy. They advertise it in almost every job advert, what cool things they are offering, what amazing benefits they have, how many things they can give…

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candidate, english, recruitment

It’s Not About Years of Experience

If we start reading job advertisements from various industries, we will see that the employers require experience in most of these ads. We see things like “at least five-plus years’ experience,” “ten-plus years’ experience in a similar role,” etc. In some cases, it makes sense to inform a candidate how much experience is needed for…

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candidate, english, recruiter, recruitment

How Scammers target Job Seekers

DISCLAIMER: All information in this article serves as examples only. The information provided is not any form of advice or inspiration! Decisions based on this information are made on your own account and at your own risk. The opinions expressed here are my own and do not represent those of my employer. Every profession has people…

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