May 4, 2017
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Striking Gold in Staffing The use of job aggregators like Indeed has changed the staffing industry. Job aggregators “crawl” through the Internet looking through career sites and portals for jobs to repost and advertise. This surely sounds like a useful service, but is it the future of staffing? How do you transform job aggregator data

April 12, 2017
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Imagine becoming a more effective recruiter than you’ve ever even considered being. Imagine becoming one of the top global talent managers, and try to think of how it feels to go home every day knowing that you’re among the very best. The summits of success aren’t as far away as you may think. Here’s how

March 22, 2017
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IT recruiting professionals have a saying: the only constant in tech recruiting is change. Each year’s labor market has different dynamics, which means that IT recruiters—candidates and employers, too—must be up-to-date on market realities. This year, recruiters and employers are up against a tighter labor market and falling unemployment. Read on to learn about the

January 27, 2017
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How can you know that your latest software or cloud service is truly secure? Cyber security is an increasing concern, but that doesn’t mean it’s hard to find the software worth its salt. Here are 4 tell tale signs that your data security is doing just fine. 1. Secure Back Ups To kick-start the list,

January 27, 2017
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You have important work to do, and managing your recruiting firm’s tools can become a job in itself. Your staff recruiting needs are critical to your success, and you don’t have the time to fuss with onerous data management systems. That’s why JobDiva’s saas recruiting software is ideal for your human resources and staffing needs.

January 2, 2017
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By Diya Obeid, Founder & CEO of JobDiva Especially in the staffing industry, empathy is important when conducting business. However, the digitization of our modes of communication has replaced high-touch with high-tech and this has burdened individuals’ empathetic qualities. This mediated communication heightens the risk of misinterpreting how words are used as well as the