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Make your Employee Referral Program as Addictive as Pokémon Go

Make your Employee Referral Program as Addictive as Pokémon Go

In case you don’t know, Nintendo’s Pokémon Go has broken the internet. It released on 6th July and is making 2 million dollars a day. The game has beaten all top social media apps — Twitter for its daily active users, Tinder in terms of installs and Facebook, Snapchat, WhatsApp for its usage time.

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3 Elements that move your Referral Program from Good to Great

3 Elements that move your Referral Program from Good to Great

Employee referrals is the leading channel to hire talent today. The quality of talent coming through referrals is better than other channels. The time taken to hire is reduced and the candidates transition smoothly to a productive employee. 

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[EXPERT TALK] Talent branding with Flipkart’s Richa Telang

[EXPERT TALK] Talent branding with Flipkart’s Richa Telang

Talent branding is one of the emerging and challenging facets of recruitment. Interestingly, a lot of younger companies are doing a great job at this as compared to traditional brands. Flipkart is one of India’s top e-commerce marketplaces taking on the might of global rivals. They recently revamped their career site with a lot of great additions. Not only is the experience rich, it is also right on the money. We spoke to Richa Telang, Head of Talent Branding at Flipkart on her journey of building this new age career site and creating a grand new experience for their audience.

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InMobi's guide to Social Hiring and Referrals

InMobi's guide to Social Hiring and Referrals

This article was originally published on LinkedIn by Kevin Freitas as InMobi’s guide to Social Hiring and Referrals via our new talent branding buddy - RippleHire. I am reposting the article here for the benefit of our readers.

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Culture and Talent Branding—Do it right.

Culture and Talent Branding—Do it right.

Culture, at large, doesn’t quite have a definition. Everybody is trying to define theirs. For instance, a country’s culture is defined by the youth as restricted, by foreigners as colourful, by some, corrupted and the list goes on. Nobody has a clear answer. They are all just perceptions.

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