Recruiters working with outdated techniques are at a serious disadvantage – but many organizations are still falling behind.
Last week I attended a fascinating event about sourcing at the Hired headquarters in SOMA, San Francisco. It was great to meet recruiters and sources working in the field and trying to get expert advice.
Does a company’s diversity have to do with how attractive it is to top talent?
Recruiters who have reached the job offer stage of the talent acquisition process with an ideal candidate often need to give a little push to get to hiring.
Staffing agencies are in many ways in the marketing business.
Recruiters need a social media strategy. A CareerBuilder report from last year showed 62 percent of candidates use social media to learn more about a company and verify what they’ve already heard.
The 2014 Executive Forum Europe from Staffing Industry Analysts took place on Nov. 4 and 5. During the event, speakers from across the staffing industry met to discuss challenges, changes and growth opportunities in the industry, particularly in Europe.
Small businesses, or those with less than $100 million in annual revenue, are big consumers of applicant tracking system software, according to Software Advice.
Sourcing requires a large and varied set of tools.
Recruiters accustomed to conducting screenings over the phone should give serious consideration to doing so in a video format from now on.
Recruitment has a lot in common with sales. Just like salespeople need to tailor their approaches to different customers, recruiters need to create personalized pitches to get their candidates to accept job offers.