Ask CKR: HTTP vs. HTTPS for Your Career Website

By on October 11, 2017

In January of this year (2017), Google began their journey to change how Chrome recognizes website security and followed up in April reminding everyone about their eventual plans. But if we rewind the clock, Google started their campaign for a safer web back in 2014 by favoring secure websites. What does this mean for your career website? Your typical website is most commonly accessed in two...

Ask CKR: Do You Offer Simplified and/or Enhanced Job Posting Services?

By on February 15, 2017

There are so many ways we help our clients breathe life into stale or boring job descriptions. Below is a comprehensive list of services that CKR provides for job postings. Job Description Consultation, Writing and Guidelines Job descriptions are important and if done properly really set the framework for everything that your organization accomplishes. Refining your job description content can...

Career Websites Still a Best Bet for Branding

By on September 28, 2015

While the widespread adoption of social media has resulted in countless considerations for employers when it comes to branding, social platforms have yet to diminish the value a career website offers in terms of helping potential employees understand who your organization is and what you offer from an employment perspective. In fact,  research from Talent Board found that shows that 65% of...

Bringing Remote Employees a Little Closer to Home

By on August 8, 2015

Conference calls, emails, instant messaging, texting, we use a lot of tools to make workplace communication work. And the communication process is even more complex when the person you want to talk to is thousands of miles away. As many of us know, it can be exponentially more difficult to track down a colleague who isn’t in the same city or state as you are. Given that many organizations employ...

FAQ #2: What Principles Should I Keep in Mind During a Career Site Overhaul?

By on July 7, 2015

  Always keep the candidate in mind. Everything you say or show should make sense to someone who doesn’t already work at your company. It’s important to establish criteria for success, and define a core set of goals. Have fun with the process and participate as much as...

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