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Georgia Football Recruiting: **BIG NEWS** Dawgs On Top for New Offer, 5-Star Trenton Thompson Update, BIG 4-Star OT Update

Dawgs Offer Speedy Athlete and May Receive His Commitment Soon

Javarius Davis – ☆☆☆
Ed White (Jacksonville, FL) ATH
5-10/173

The 3-star athlete out of Jacksonville, Florida, received an offer from the UGA today, and he immediately moved the Dawgs to the top of his list. 416 more words

Blog

Clemson lands junior college 7-footer in 2015 class

Clemson added an impact junior college big man on Tuesday as Chipola Junior College big man Legend Robertin pledged to the Tigers.

Robertin’s commitment was… 115 more words

Recruiting

Texas A&M lands another five-star center, has loaded 2015 recruiting class

Arizona. Duke. Texas A&M?

When it comes to the best recruiting classes in 2015, that’s where we are at after Billy Kennedy landed yet another commitment from a star player in the state of Texas. 179 more words

LinkedIn’s Jeff Weiner on how to recruit and keep “rock stars”

Recruiting in the tech industry these days is a cutthroat endeavor. From bloated salaries to lavish perks, the best companies are trying everything to woo the most talented, coveted engineers to their team. 304 more words

How Social Are You?

by Lizz Pellet (@Lizzpellet)

Jobvite polled more than 1,000 human resources and recruiting professionals in a recent social recruitment survey on their social recruiting activities and intentions. 585 more words

Careers

“I know the perfect person…”

 

Boosting recruiting and retention through employee referral programs

Posted by Robin Erickson on October 21, 2014

Tapping current employees to source new candidates is a viable recruiting strategy for many reasons: high return on investment (Bersin research found that 9 percent of the overall spend for sourcing went to employee referrals, delivering 16 percent of new hires1 ); good cultural fit (employees tend to refer candidates with similar skills and attributes); access to specialized or hard-to-find skills (people typically network with others in similar roles); and long-term effectiveness (one study showed a 42 percent retention rate after three years for employees hired through employee referral programs vs.32 percent for employees hired through job boards and 14 percent for career site hires2). 899 more words

Talent & Learning

Recruiting for Those Critical, Hard-to-Fill Jobs

by Stephen Bruce| BLR

The issue of unfilled positions is a major problem that affects the entire economy.  It makes it difficult for small businesses to grow if they cannot adequately and quickly staff key positions. 328 more words

Hiring