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  • “ Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” Hosted By: David Freeman Talent Management Solutions Consultant Cytiva Software Inc.
  • Ask Questions Enter Question Press Send
  • Ask Questions Slides Available [email_address] www.slideshare.net/sonicrecruiter Recorded Webinar www.sonicrecruit.com/company/events.htm (You’ll get an email with this information. Check your spam filters)
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Focus Your Sourcing Efforts
    • Fine Tune Your Advertising
    • Step Out of the Box – Recruiting Gen Y
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Focus Your Sourcing Efforts
      • Adding Passive Job Seekers to You Pipeline using BOOLEAN
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” Boolean can be a little scary…
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” But, it shouldn’t be….
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” - The term "Boolean," often encountered when doing searches on the Web (and sometimes spelled "boolean"), refers to a system of logical thought developed by the English mathematician and computer pioneer, George Boole (1815-64). In Boolean searching, an "and" operator between two words or other values (for example, "pear AND apple") means one is searching for documents containing both of the words or values, not just one of them. An "or" operator between two words or other values (for example, "pear OR apple") means one is searching for documents containing either of the words. -Wikipedia
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” Basic Boolean Key AND - The AND operator delivers results with the terms you requested. For example, searching resume and oracle will return pages with both terms - resume and oracle. OR - The OR operator delivers results with either of the terms you requested. For example, MCSE OR M.C.S.E. NOT - The NOT operator will not deliver certain words in your search results. For example, Java NOT coffee will deliver closer results for JAVA Programmers and not Java Coffee.  NEAR - The NEAR operator locates words that are located in close proximity to other words. For example, Java NEAR Programmer. Not every search engine supports this operator. ( ) Parentheses - The ( ) operator allows you to group terms and build longer search strings. For example, NOT (submit AND employer) will avoid pages with both names. Wild Card * - The * operator is a wild card. Adding a wild card will find words contain the wild card. For example program* will help so you do not have to run separate searches for words similar like: programmer, programming, program
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” Other Useful Boolean Operators “” – The “” operator will return results with the exact phrase listed within the quotation marks Intitle: - The intitle operator delivers results with the terms you requested in the page title of a wbsite Inurl: - The inurl operator delivers results with the terms you requested in a URL site: - The site operator delivers results from a specific web location inanchor: - The inanchor operator delivers results with the terms you requested in embedded urls within the page. The common use for candidate sourcing would be to exclude items found using inanchor. For example; we don’t want job descriptions to be returned in our search results, so we enter the following in our string; -inanchor:apply and –inanchor:submit. This will help us eliminate job ads that include a url for online applications.
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • What are we looking for?
      • Restaurant General Managers
    Using only keywords and “” operator your results will look like;
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • What are we looking for?
      • Restaurant General Managers
    Using keywords and “” operator Trying to eliminate job openings using inurl: and intitle: - as a command to eliminate something from the results your results will look like;
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • What are we looking for?
      • Restaurant General Managers
    Using keywords and “” operator Trying to eliminate job openings using intitle: as a command to find resumes your results will look like;
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • What are we looking for?
      • Restaurant General Managers
    Now let’s really try and find some candidates; Using a complete Boolean search string including the commands we have reviewed but in the correct combination (intitle:”resume for” OR intitle:”resume of” OR inurl:resume) “restaurant general manager” -job -apply -submit -example -sample Look in page titles for: “resume for” or “Resume of” Look in url for: resume Look for the exact phrase: “restaurant general manager” Exclude from results: job, apply, submit, example, sample your results will look like;
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • What are we looking for?
      • Restaurant General Managers
    Another example; (intitle:”resume for” OR intitle:”resume of” OR intitle:”’s resume”) "restaurant general manager" -intitle:example -intitle:examples -intitle:sample -intitle:submit Look in page titles for: “resume for” or “Resume of” or “ David ’s resume Look for the exact phrase: “restaurant general manager” Exclude from results: the words example, examples, sample and submit found in page titles your results will look like;
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” site:www.linkedin.com -intitle:directory -intitle:answers -intitle:directory “restaurant general manager” Indiana site:www.linkedin.com Leave out: Linkedin Directory, Answers, Keyword Group: “Restaurant General Manager” Keyword: Indiana
    • What are we looking for?
      • Restaurant General Managers
      • In Indiana
      • With a profile on Linkedin
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Focus Your Sourcing Efforts
    • Fine Tune Your Advertising
    • Step Out of the Box – Recruiting Gen Y
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Fine Tune Your Advertising
      • What you post in your ATS is what shows up to the candidate
      • Use titles that make sense – “search titles only”
        • “ Occ ther wanted for immediate opportunity”
        • “ Med dev-prod dev engineer”
      • Make sure your job titles and descriptions use words that job seekers use and include variations
        • Example: restaurant manager, general manager, assistant manager, restaurant management, supervisor
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Fine Tune Your Advertising
      • Key word density is a must
      • Use job titles that stand out and will get you noticed
      • Focus on telling the candidate about the benefits of working for your company vs. defining the job requirements. What’s in it for them?
      • Your job ads need to appeal to your prospective candidates. Define who they are and write an ad to catch their attention
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Fine Tune Your Advertising
      • Don’t over do the qualifications. Instead of listing what’s required, tell them what they’ll be doing with their skills.
        • Ex: Instead of 5 years of management experience with a strong knowledge of profit and loss statement. You might say, You’ll be using your knowledge of profit and loss statements to manage a high-volume, fast-paced restaurant environment
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Fine Tune Your Advertising
      • Use the spell check function
      • Ask your existing employees and recent hires what they think about your ad and where they looked for opportunities during their search
      • Remember that your candidates are your customers. You need to sell them on your opportunity and treat them like customers throughout your entire hiring process.
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting” My Restaurant Company is committed to creating an atmosphere to develop professionally within the company and bases promotion opportunities on individual performance. We're looking for passionate people who share our commitment for quality! We’re currently adding to our growing team by hiring key employees, shift leads, expeditor in a full service atmosphere, assistant managers, servers, and experienced Managers for our available Management positions.  We’re currently adding to our growing team by hiring servers, shift leads, assistant restaurant managers and experienced restaurant general managers .
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Typical work activities
    • taking responsibility for the business performance of the restaurant;
    • analyzing and planning restaurant sales levels and profitability;
    • preparing reports at the end of the shift/week, including staff control, food control and sales;
    • creating and executing plans for profit and staff development;
    • setting budgets and/or agreeing them with senior management;
    • As a restaurant manager you’ll be responsible for;
    • taking responsibility for the business performance of the restaurant;
    • analyzing and planning restaurant sales levels and profitability;
    • preparing reports at the end of the shift/week, including staff control, food control and sales;
    • creating and executing plans for profit and staff development;
    • setting budgets and/or agreeing them with senior management;
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING GREAT COMPENSATION PACKAGES:
    • Competitive starting salaries
    • Unbeatable medical and dental benefits
    • 401K with company match
    • Paid Vacation
    • Generous bonus plan
    • Extensive MIT program
    • Our restaurant managers enjoy these GREAT benefits:
    • Competitive starting salaries
    • Unbeatable medical and dental benefits
    • 401K with company match
    • Paid Vacation
    • Generous bonus plan
    • Extensive Restaurant Manager in Training (MIT) program
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Requirements requirements:
    • Career minded/goal orientated individuals with a passion to succeed
    • The ability to work and create a fast paced guest driven environment
    • Proven team leader to hire, motivate and retain staff
    • As a My Restaurant Company restaurant manager you’ll;
    • use your passion and energy to motivate and lead your team to exceed guest expectations and sales goals
    • leverage your knowledge of profit and loss to control restaurant expenses, and maximize profit
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Focus Your Sourcing Efforts
    • Fine Tune Your Advertising
    • Step Out of the Box – Recruiting Gen Y
  • “ Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Recruiting Gen Y
      • Time to update your corporate career site
      • Take advantage of available technologies
      • Have a presence where they are “hanging out”
      • - Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Youtube, etc.
  • “ Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Corporate career sites - Gen Y Style
      • Tell a story…don’t just spew information
      • Make it fun, exciting, interactive
      • Consider having an employee blog
      • Take your lead from marketing
      • Examples:
        • http://www.hardrockhotelsd.com/employment
        • http://www.tandk.com
  • “ Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “ Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
  • “ Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Take advantage of technology
      • Resume Search Spiders - Infogist
      • Job alerts by text message – CareerBuilder
      • Social Networking Sites
  • “ Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Hang where they hang
      • View our “Recruiting 2.0” webinar
    • Cytiva’s Free Webinar series
      • Talent Acquisition Systems: Building a Strong Business Case
    • Visit : www.sonicrecruit.com/company/events.htm
    • Follow Us
      • Twitter : https://twitter.com/Cytiva
      • Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/kt4qut
  • “Tips and Tricks for Effective E-Recruiting”
    • Cytiva Software Inc. offers a wide variety of products and services to help you get the most out of your recruiting efforts.
    • Talent Acquisition System
      • Custom career sites
      • Employee referral management
      • Career agents
      • Ad posting and tracking
      • Manager self-service
      • Contact management/Outlook integration
      • EEO/OFCCP compliance
      • Vendor Management Module
      • Onboarding Module
      • Hourly Recruiting System
    • Consulting
    • SonicPerform Performance Management System
    • To learn more contact:
    • David Freeman
    • Talent Management Solutions Consultant
    • 877-775-0888
    • www.sonicrecruit.com