Weekly wrap 3/21/2016 - 3/25/2016

Kristina Finseth

It's Friday! We know you've had a busy week and are ready for a break, but don't miss your chance to brush up on the latest in news and opinion in the industry with this week's weekly wrap.

We know it's a big responsibility to be on top of everything new going on in the recruiting world, but no worries - we are here for you. So let's catch up on all of the best content you've missed this week.

Is Twitter's retention strategy enough to attract top talent?

By: Raquel Baldelomar @r_baldelomar

On one hand, it looks as though Twitter is on the right track to attract and retain top talent. On the other hand, Twitter just lost four of the company's top executives.

5 Secret techniques to transform your recruiters into digital marketers

By: Adam Monago @adammonago

Adam is a marketer who has worked with many recruiters struggling with the challenge of combining digital marketing with recruiting. He suggests keeping these techniques top secret or else you risk losing your competitive advantage.

Would you hire any of the presidential candidates for your company?

By: Tim Sackett @TimSackett

Tim Sackett has a question for you - Would you ever hire one of the presidential candidates if you had the choice?

Your guide to when to follow up - and when to sit tight and be patient

By: Lea McLeod @LeaMcLeod

You don't want to be perceived as one of those annoying stalker types. But you really want a response. So - what should you really do to get the type of response you want?

Are you not entertained? A collapse in recruiting events.

By: Salma El-Wardany @RecruitingDaily

Even the outgoing type have trouble getting the most out of networking events and conferences. This begs the question: how do we bring the human interaction back into the networking event space?

 

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