In yesterday’s Advisor, we talked about how frustrating it is to get all the way through the recruiting process and finally find a good candidate, only to have the job offer be rejected. We outlined a few options for improving offer acceptance rates, and today we’re continuing with that list.
Category: Hiring & Recruiting
Recruiting is changing at a rapid pace. Some organizations are abandoning traditional methods for social media; some think software can do a better job than people.
In this job market, employers are finding it tough to fill vacancies. There are fewer candidates for each role, and candidates often have more than one job offer to weigh. Some employers are finding that they’re making offers only to have these offers rejected—meaning they’ve got to keep searching for candidates.
New research shows that most of your employees are probably on the prowl for a better job.
The best source of hire continues to be employee referrals, that’s the consensus among research like SilkRoad’s Sources of Hire 2017 report. That report shows that referrals made up more than 30% of all hires in 2016 and a whopping 45% of internal hires. Our own recent research showed that 83% of respondents use employee […]
For companies with seasonal high-volume recruiting needs, every year can seem like “déjà vu all over again.” Whether it’s hiring for open enrollment, tax time, or the holiday season, the pressure to find a large number of qualified candidates in a short span of time never goes away. In fact, it’s gotten even more challenging […]
Yesterday we began to explore how to attract, hire, and train seasonal teen workers. Today, we have a few more tips on that topic.
When we talk about the workforce, it’s easy to assume we mean adults. However, over 1.5 million teens are currently working in the United States. Many of those teens are minors (aged 13 to 18 years old) and they prefer seasonal work because it works well with their school schedules and other commitments.
In a recent interview with Ankit Somani, cofounder of AllyO, we discussed how conversational artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the recruiting industry.
In Friday’s Advisor we began to explore what to look for when you look for quality recruiting software. Today we’ll look at features like improved data governance, compliance, and adaptability.
In a hiring environment marked by low unemployment rates and widening skills gaps, recruiting teams across the board are coping with heightened visibility, pressure, and candidate volume resulting from intensified competition for top talent.