Aquent, the leading global staffing and outsourcing firm dedicated to marketing, creative, and digital professionals, announced today they have won Inavero’s Best of Staffing® Award for providing superior service to their clients and talent. Vitamin T, a division of Aquent, was also recognized as a Best of Staffing Award winner for the fourth year running.
n part one of our two-part expert panel series on recruitment marketing, we heard from a number of talent acquisition practitioners, consultants, and bloggers on the topic of recruitment marketing. The post focused on defining recruitment marketing and its connection to candidate experience. Looking back, a few key themes stood out. There seems to be a consensus that effective recruitment marketing means being digitally-focused. And also that companies have to continually assess and update their recruitment marketing efforts to match the evolving candidate experience job seekers expect over time. In part two, we continue with this topic by focusing on two areas: the impact of recruitment marketing on the average skill-set of recruiters and how to measure performance in recruitment marketing.
It’s interesting to watch a concept start to morph into a strategic initiative. With recruitment marketing, this has been happening for the past few years. And action behind it is starting to gain momentum. Today’s leading companies are trying to identify new and innovative ways to leverage marketing techniques in their recruiting efforts. Here is how some industry leaders define recruitment marketing, and how it plays into the candidate experience journey.
Accessing a range of “new” skills – especially those focused on maximising digital engagement and marketing – can help you keep up with the big end of town in an ever-changing business environment.
SAP's Christopher Koch recommends Aquent Gymnasium as a "guerrilla" training resource for corporate trainers and employees.
Successful creative leaders should prioritize building an egoless culture within their team. Employees shouldn't care who came up with what idea. They should focus instead on how to make each idea even better. In this piece, Aquent's VP of Global Marketing, Nelson Rodriguez, explains how to make that happen.
CMO.com asked a number of marketing leaders about their resolutions for 2015. Aquent's VP of Global Marketing, Nelson Rodriguez, was included and said he was resolved to make UX the "leading edge of the customer-centric enterprise."
Let's face it: the best candidates always come through referrals. Still, sometimes you’ve tapped out your networks and you need to advertise your job opening. When you find yourself in that situation, here are the five top job post mistakes to avoid.
User experience is all about understanding and catering to the end user, regardless of what’s being built. In a job search, the end user is your potential employer. Crafting your resume, portfolio, and communications around your potential employer can help you land your dream job, no matter your background.
Content marketing is generally targeted towards clients. But the content you publish, whether you intend it or not, also plays a role in recruitment. This article, written by Aquent's Director of Content Strategy, Matthew T. Grant, focuses on the types of content you should tailor to potential employees and what aspects of your corporate culture that content should emphasize.