The candidate-driven market has forced employers to become highly competitive. Companies that want to recruit the very best must be known not only for their product but also as exceptional places to work. The science of carving out an organization’s image as a top employer is known as “employer branding.” But new research reveals that […]
Organizations like Deloitte, SAP, and Dell are implementing alumni associations and ex-employee networks to stay connected to their “colleagues for life.” And as many as 22% of the more than 60 respondents to a Conenza survey claimed that they have had alumni programs for at least 10 years.
Recruiting tools are meant to make your life easier, but if you aren’t using the right tools, you may be at a disadvantage. And, if your company is on a tight budget, finding the right tools to use creates a bigger challenge.
It may only be August, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be planning ahead. As 2020 gets closer, there are a few hiring trends that continue to dominate the headlines. If you guessed that one of them is difficulty finding skilled workers, then you would be correct!
Candidates pay attention to the entire recruiting experience, regardless of whether they end up working for your organization.
We get it, finding great workers these days is a struggle for many talent acquisition professionals—which is why some employers are now loosening their requirements to appeal to a wider talent pool. Don’t believe me? Then consider these findings from a new Adecco USA report.
How engaged is your workforce? If you answered, “not very engaged” then we’ve got bad news: these disengaged workers will be leaving your company as soon as they receive an offer from someone else. And that someone else may very well be your competition!
Managers have a lot on their plates. Not only are they responsible for overseeing their departments, but they also often have responsibilities of their own, such as managing budgets and advocating on behalf of their teams for resource allocation and conflict resolution. But should they also be expected to have a role in training their […]
Employees often have horror stories about a time they were basically left to “sink or swim” with a new employer, such as when they hadn’t been given appropriate training and onboarding after starting a new role. This can happen for a lot of reasons, especially if the employer needs someone to quickly get to full […]
As a talent acquisition professional, you’re probably used to rejecting candidates, but in this tight labor market, are you the one who’s now being rejected?