In order to make their job postings stand out from countless others, and create a more engaging job seeker experience, companies are turning to video.
Low unemployment is frequently cited as the reason for a shortage of qualified job candidates.
A recent study shows that today’s candidates are more informed than they ever have been. What does this mean for you? Let’s take a look.
All the talk about stagnant wages may have employers thinking they can keep position salary ranges the same. Unfortunately, that thinking will make it difficult to hire and retain workers.
Somewhere along the line, the terms “job description” and “job posting” became interchangeable, and the result has been confusion on the part of talent acquisition professionals, as well as ineffective recruitment advertising.
Although programmatic recruitment advertising has only been available for a couple of years, it has already gained significant traction—and with good reason.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we outlined the fact that there are plenty of recruiting behaviors that can sabotage your efforts. We started a list of recruiting “don’ts”—bad behaviors to avoid. Let’s continue that list now.
I’ll never forget my first job interview. Hearing about how great this company was to work for made me want that job so much more. When I arrived, I had to wait a long time before meeting with the interviewer. I wasn’t given any information about the delay, wasn’t offered anything to drink, and wasn’t […]
The recruiting landscape is dynamic. It changes constantly, and it’s downright competitive given the improved economy and low unemployment rates. To keep up with the current trends that are driving the way top companies recruit and hire talent, it’s important to ask questions so you can adapt your strategy to attract qualified applicants.
When trying to fill vacancies, there are a lot of tips out there to get it done faster, more efficiently, and for less money. But what are some of the recruiting behaviors that could sabotage your hard work? Let’s take a look at some recruiting behaviors to avoid!