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Attract and Retain Younger Workers by Aligning Your Pay Structure with Their Needs

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You Worked Hard to Recruit 2018 Grads—Now Get Them to Stick Around

These Eight Employer Branding Strategies Use Storytelling to Inspire and Engage

What top companies do to attract and hire veterans

A recent Monster survey reports that 74% of veteran job seekers want to work for companies with a strong track record of hiring veterans. Find out what else is important to them, what our Best Companies for Veterans do to attract and retain military talent, and how your company can demonstrate a commitment to veteran hiring.

The future of recruiting lies in marketing

Today ’s technology tools can help us immensely, but more is needed to reach today's candidates.The discipline of marketing has evolved rapidly in recent years with advances in automation and analytics, and recruitment marketing takes a page from the ways large consumer brands get in front of potential customers.

Where’s the Human Element in Recruiting?

The next generation of HR technology will leverage data and automation to improve sourcing efficiencies. Yet a successful placement requires a deeper understanding of the candidate, says Monster CEO Scott Gutz. He offers his insights on we can infuse recruiting with a more human touch.

From HR Tech: Why is Hiring Still So Hard?

While there have been so many obvious advances since online recruiting debuted over twenty years ago, we’ve still got a long way to go, as industry leaders discussed at this year’s HR Tech.

Top 10 Influencers of HR Tech 2018

The biggest conference of the year is about to begin—and to make sure you don't miss out on what's happening at the HR Technology Conference in Vegas, make sure to follow these thumb-stopping tweeters.