Category Archives: Social Media

4 Employer Branding Mistakes You Need to Avoid

There is no doubt that building and maintaining a powerful employer brand will help you stand out, attract the best talent to your organization, become an employer of the choice and retain

Blogging with a Purpose

Two years ago, HR blogging, broadcasting DiveThruHR Podcasts and India HR LIVE talk shows had been my full-time job. No, It wasn’t a paying gig!  But I gained a tremendous amount of

My Top 10 HR and Recruiting blog posts of the year 2014

I took a review of my last year’s blogs to assess and find out what worked and why. It is always great information to know how I can relate to my audience

Snapchat and Instagram for Employer Branding

You know what will I do when I want to see some inside stories on Corporate culture! I will check @HRCultureclub on Instagram. Stephanie Krieg, Founder of HR Culture club has been

HR Tactics, Employer Branding and Candidate Experience

This week I had a great time guest hosting #Nextchat at The SHRM Blog @SHRMNextchat (the We Know Next website was renamed as The SHRM Blog). Check out The New SHRM Blog — New Look,

Top 5 HR / Recruiting blogs of the week

Well, I don’t normally publish posts on Saturdays. But since I took the ‘Yourturnchallenge’, you know that I am committed to post every day until this coming Monday. And  I love this

Top experts share their Employer Branding tips and techniques

It is not about winning the war for talent anymore! But it is about how to become an employer of choice and outperform competition so that the talent chooses to join your

DriveThruHR HITS Series 2014

Every day 12 noon CT…30 minutes LIVE On Air…Bryan, William & Nisha.. one guest and what keeps them up at night – That pretty much sums up DriveThruHR right! The radio show

How top brands use Twitter for Social Recruiting

Search for talent should not stop at the world largest professional network (LinkedIn) alone. I find twitter as an interesting tool that organizations use to communicate their employer branding message, nurture their