Yesterday, we introduced the topic of sabbaticals for employees, which are no longer perks reserved for college professors in tweed jackets. Many companies are finding that a sabbatical is a great benefit for current workers and highly influential for employee recruitment. How do you put together a sabbatical program that’s fair and well-received? Here are […]
HR managers and recruiters have been using social media to screen candidates for a while now. And the trend is rising. But what happens when you find a great candidate who’s perfect except for his or her social media presence?
To keep up with today’s technology-savvy job seekers, modern recruiting professionals are using recruitment marketing tools to proactively attract and engage passive candidates and build “pools” of talent for future hiring needs. Recruitment marketing has increasingly become a core competency of talent acquisition. To keep up with today’s consumer minded job seekers, modern recruiting professionals […]
With so many companies struggling to fill their open positions, you have to learn how to target specific audiences. A broad effort might not be as effective as a focused one—and one of those focuses involves veterans. Today’s Advisor helps you understand what that focus might look like. Under the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance […]
In yesterday’s Advisor, we learned how more jobseekers are using their mobile devices to search for jobs and apply to them. That works great if a company’s employment site is mobile-friendly. But, what if it isn’t? Today we’ll explore what to do if that’s the case. What Can Be Done? Recently, a number of experts […]
By Kim Seeling Smith, Ignite Global The world has changed significantly in the last 20 to 30 years. Technology and globalization have fundamentally altered the workplace paradigm. Roles have changed and what we require from our staff has also changed. With the influx of the Millennial generation, candidates’ expectations of the workplace have shifted significantly, […]
By Stacey Hawley, The Credo Company Companies endeavor to hire the right candidates, with the right skills, right qualifications and right cultural fit, for their organizations. Finding the right candidates is critical. Recruitment is costly. Turnover is even more costly (typically two times the annual salary and benefits of a role).
Yesterday’s Advisor covered some of the results of our 2015 Recruiting Survey. Today, the rest of the results. The Features of Your Job Website Page Nearly everyone’s job website has job descriptions on it. In fact, 63.4% of job website boards feature an application form, and 61.2% include résumé delivery. The Role of Your […]
Are you more ambitious than a 12th grader? They may not be in the workforce as adults just yet, but as the next generation of workers, high school seniors have already formed solid opinions around life in the working world. A new CareerBuilder survey looks at how the next generation of workers compare to America’s […]
While salary is important when considering a new job offer or whether to stay with a current employer, according to a Care.com Workplace Solutions Better Benefits Survey, better family lifestyle benefits such as family-care assistance, flexible work schedules, and paid parental leave, directly impact an employee’s decision to make that final move.