In early 2016, Clearly launched Recruiter imPRint – the UK’s first digital magazine focused exclusively on recruitment marketing and employer branding.
We believed there was a growing interest in readers within the rapidly growing recruitment community who were eager for knowledge, insights and real world practical solutions to help them better understand, manage and advance their promotional activities within their own agencies and search firms.
Recruiter imPRint is now in its fifth edition, with a readership that has continued to grow with each edition. The magazine and website are published and owned by Clearly – the recruitment marketing and employer branding agency – and edited by our managing director, Paul MacKenzie-Cummins.
Paul is one of the UK’s most published careers, HR and employment writers and regularly appears within the national media, with recent examples including Global Recruiter, Recruitment Grapevine, The Guardian, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, BBC Radio 5Live, The Telegraph, BBC Radio and various others. He was the lead careers specialist for Monster between 2006-2010, winning three NORAs for Best Employment Advice on the Internet award during that time.
Recruiter imPRint is focused on quality editorial content that readers are unlikely to see in any other recruitment publication. But its continued success is down to the great writers, guest contributors and collaborators who are helping to make this a rapidly growing addition to the wider recruitment media.
We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy writing it.
Click the image above to read the current issue or visit the magazine’s dedicated website, recruiterimprint.com.
Download your free copy of Recruiter imPRint magazine:
In this issue
- 8 of the best leadership articles from the last two weeks
- Why your beautifully crated press release is doomed to fail
- How mumbo jumbo is killing recruitment
- Can professional qualifications boost the profile of the industry? This recruiter believes so
- Lessons from the leaders
- Marketing to millennials: What exactly do they want?
NOVEMBER + DECEMBER 2016
In this issue
- How to win back lost customers through savvy PR and Marketing
- 10 powerful ways to get your agency name ‘out there’
- How getting your social recruiting right can drive agency revenues
- Why Twitter’s days are far from being over
- 3 recruitment agencies share their experiences of using PR to build their brand and boost profits
In this issue
- Reputation management: Are recruiters doing enough to defend agency fees and executive pay?
- Know your colours: Recruiters need to work on their own employer brand
- How do I know if our PR is working?
- The 10 PR skills you need to promote your recruitment agency brand
- SPECIAL FEATURE: Making an entrance – Three recruitment start ups share their experiences on getting their new brand known
In this issue:
- How recruiter’s can win business with their blog
- 7 branding tips for recruitment business owners
- Why Twitter is NOT a numbers game
- Beware the rise and rise of fake ‘gurus’ and self-proclaimed ‘experts’
- THE BIG INTERVIEWS: We talk recruitment with the Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Nicholas Carter, and Lynda Thomas, Chief Executive of Macmillan Cancer Support