Exactly 6 years ago, Andreea Wade tweeted that she wanted to go on a hike. Three hours later, that tweet turned into an idea and then into a branded event with 40 sign-ups.
Given the unprecedented nature of the pandemic, Human Resources professionals and recruiters may be left wondering how to reintroduce employees to the workplace once the dust has settled. This can seem like a challenging endeavor, given the upheaval and generalized anxiety caused by the global crisis.
In precarious periods such as the one we are experiencing with COVID-19, job security and opportunities become scarce. While some companies continue to search for and acquire new talent, most have halted their recruiting efforts for the time being. Even tech giants like Google will be reducing their hiring for the remainder of 2020. Like […]
Is the jobseeker ready for technology in the hiring process? Innovative recruiting technologies have gained fast technological advancement in recent years, with recruiting automation playing a pivotal role. Their ability to complete daily administrative duties fast and efficiently have made them a definite desirable for hiring teams dealing with high-volume recruitment.
Candidate data give recruiters a glimpse into the insights and experience potential hires can bring to a company. But that information also has personal value to the candidates who provide it. Recruiters and companies must recognize the responsibility that comes with gathering those data and be transparent about how they use and protect them.
The war for talent spares no industry! As we’ve previously discussed, employers in blue-collar industries are struggling to attract talent, and the same can be said for employers in the insurance business.
Recruiting continues to be problematic for many employers across the nation. While unemployment remains low, there continues to be a lack of qualified candidates to fill the void. Older generations are staying in the workforce as new generations enter it, and that’s creating an even bigger challenge as it leaves recruiters to figure out who […]
Making informed hiring decisions is a must when it comes to recruiting talent in a candidate-driven market, but where do you begin? Metrics.
Candidate communication is vital for jobseekers and recruiters alike. For candidates, consistent and informative communication offers them a better candidate experience, resulting in good reviews for your employer brand. And for recruiters, these communications help them better understand candidates, which allows them to find the role that suits candidates best.
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 […]