Posts written by: Allison Kelley

Allison Kelley

About Allison Kelley

Allison Kelley is on the Marketing team at TMP Worldwide Chicago. Since 2009, she has worked to tell brand stories for a variety of industries including nonprofit, HR, digital marketing, small business, entrepreneurship, travel, and B2B. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post and Chicagoist, among others. You can contact Allison at Allison.Kelley@tmp.com or connect with her on LinkedIn.

5 Inspiring Places to Write This Summer for People Who Hate Writing and Being Indoors

5 Inspiring Places to Write This Summer for People Who Hate Writing and Being Indoors

There’s no perfect time and place to write. But think of the blogs and authors you follow that regularly produce great content. They don’t have superpowers; they are just people making time for something they believe in. They understand that content is the key to building authenticity and credibility among candidates and clients. You’ve heard this before, right? But you’re…
How to Manage Your Employer Brand Through a Corporate Transition – Download Your Free eBook

How to Manage Your Employer Brand Through a Corporate Transition – Download Your Free eBook

Corporate transitions can be incredibly stressful on employees. Uncertainty and confusion can lead to frustration and a general negative experience for both employees and candidates. Creating an employer brand transition plan is one powerful way you can combat employee dissatisfaction and recruit in the months and years after the transition. In “How to Manage Your Employer Brand Through A Corporate…
5 Steps to Plan Your 2017 Employer Brand Activation Strategy

5 Steps to Plan Your 2017 Employer Brand Activation Strategy

Regardless of how you feel 2016 went, its time to get ready for 2017. To attract and persuade talent to join your organization, you need to not only invest in your employer brand, you need to establish a smart strategy to maximize that investment. Based on our research, research from other sources, and examples spanning many different companies, here are…

Recruiting Content: The First 10 Pages

Over at EREmedia.net we shared 10 different recruitment topics to help you in developing content pages. "If you are looking to reach a variety of audiences at various points in the conversion funnel about the 10 openings you have now, do you build microsites and campaigns for each role, or do you stick to brand work only? The smart answer…
Carnival of HR – Veteran Recruitment Edition!

Carnival of HR – Veteran Recruitment Edition!

This month we’re pleased to guest host the longstanding Carnival of HR series. Started in 2007 by Suzanne Lucas a.k.a. the Evil HR Lady, the Carnival of HR is dedicated to bringing together the best posts from the HR blogging community. Currently, the Carnival of HR is managed by Shauna Moerke a.k.a. the HR Minion. For July, we’re taking on…
Moms Know Best: 6 Truths Our Moms Taught Us About Recruitment Marketing

Moms Know Best: 6 Truths Our Moms Taught Us About Recruitment Marketing

Think this is one of those articles that strings together two disparate ideas for the purposes of getting you to click? We promise you, it isn’t. Over the course of this blog post, TMPers from across the company will prove to you that moms are the original recruitment marketers, and that their advice is something we can all learn from.…
5 Steps to Building a Social Media Recruitment Strategy

5 Steps to Building a Social Media Recruitment Strategy

Social media is no longer just social. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other emerging platforms are being used by job seekers to network and plan their next career move. With the transparency inherent in social media, employers can learn about candidates like never before. Unlike a resume, social platforms can give you a comprehensive picture of whom you’re hiring. But this…
Survival of the Fittest: How to Find Candidates that Fit Your Company Culture

Survival of the Fittest: How to Find Candidates that Fit Your Company Culture

People who like their job cite several contributing factors: growth potential, better pay, casual Fridays. But these factors mean nothing if you don’t like the people you work with and believe in what they’re doing. In talent acquisition, this is called “fit.” Depending on how you use it, “fit” could be an industry buzzword, or it could be something that…
5 Ways Recruitment Marketers Can Increase Social Media Impressions

5 Ways Recruitment Marketers Can Increase Social Media Impressions

When it comes to social media impressions, there’s good news and there’s bad news. The bad news is that the social media Godfather, Facebook, doesn’t care about promoting your business. In the past year, repeated tweaks to Facebook’s notorious algorithm have resulted in a decrease in impressions.* This is a problem. Why? Because impressions measure the number of times your…
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