Companies are now undertaking a more comprehensive approach to talent recruitment. Most of the time, they need qualified employees to fill a vacancy or undertake new roles in the company. Businesses will invest large amounts of money in finding the most suitable candidate.
How often does your organization conduct a job analysis? Is this something that is done routinely or only when a job vacancy must be filled? Is there a formal process involved?
Unemployment rates in July 2019 remain significantly low—3.7%. These rates of unemployment are generally presented as great news, but for employers struggling to fill vacancies, the news is decidedly less rosy.
In part 1 of this article, we noted that employers are often struggling to fill vacancies. Either there are too few applicants or too few that are truly qualified. We started listing some of the various reasons why job vacancies may go unfilled or take a long time to fill. In today’s Advisor, we’ll continue […]
Employers today are finding that some roles remain stubbornly hard to fill or difficult to keep filled. Sometimes it’s a lack of applicants. Sometimes the applicants aren’t qualified. Sometimes the applicant makes it through the process, only to turn down the offer or ghost the employer. Such frustrations are commonplace, and they’re driving up the […]