The terms “sourcing” and “recruiting” are sometimes used interchangeably, but they can actually have a lot of subtle and not-so-subtle differences in meaning. Let’s take a look at some of the differences when sourcing and recruiting functions are separated.
Here’s a fun fact: This year, the first Gen Z babies officially turned 22. That means they’re graduating college in droves while bringing their generation’s unique strengths and skills into the entry-level talent pool.
As we know, constant communication is one of the best ways to improve the candidate experience (CX), yet it seems most employers are falling flat in this area. Addison Group research finds that 70% of jobseekers will lose interest in a prospective employer if it takes more than a week to hear back after the […]
There are two things that continue to be problematic for talent acquisition (TA) professionals: attracting and retaining qualified workers and providing a great candidate experience (CX) to help lure others in the door.
This time of year, everyone wants to know what’s next. But I don’t need to break out my crystal ball because the indicators of what we can expect around the corner in recruitment and hiring during 2020 are quite clear.
The current U.S. unemployment rate, which recently hit a 50-year low, is requiring recruiters to get creative in their searches for qualified candidates.
Changing corporate culture is a bit like deciding to live a healthier life. It might feel like it will take a really long time. Concepts like “healthy” and “culture change” are amorphous, subjective, and often emotionally charged, not to mention daunting.
Does your organization utilize personality assessments as part of the hiring process? Many organizations do. We’ll start by taking a look at why they are used and then delve into some of their potential pitfalls.
In a tight labor market, employers need to pull out all the stops to attract and retain top talent. One way to entice jobseekers to accept the offer is to negotiate a variety of perks, but beware: Candidates will lose interest if your company is unwilling to negotiate beyond the salary level.
HR Daily Advisor is no stranger to unusual interviews and wacky jobseeker tactics; you can find proof here, here, here, and here. As the war for talent rages on and unemployment continues to be in record lows, jobseekers want to stand out as top candidates and are trying new tricks to get their résumés to […]