Work is the curse of the drinking classes

Paddy O'Grady

Oscar Wilde, in a play on Karl Marx’s words, remarked that “work is the curse of the drinking classes”. In doing so, Wilde captured the contrast between the workplace as a place of boredom and stress, and the convivial atmosphere of the pub wherein friends gather to socialize and have fun. Yet the nature of work has changed since the 19th century; the modern manager takes a holistic approach to the individual employee, aligning work with the employee’s requirements. The same can be said of the recruiter.   

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Topics: Content Marketing for Recruiters, Company Culture, Careers Website, Employer Branding, job descriptions, EVP, targeted content, candidate persona

Convert more candidates with targeted content

Maura McElhone

In this age of inbound recruiting, content is the primary means by which you engage and build a relationship with your candidates. From social media posts and landing pages to email marketing and blogs, each one of these content elements provides a valuable opportunity to connect and communicate with prospective hires. 

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Topics: Recruitment Marketing, recruiting content, candidate experience, targeted content, collaboration