Recruiters know the deal at this point.
Recruiting is evolving quickly.
Social recruiting is the wave of the future.
Jobscience just wrapped up its inaugural webinar of the new year in the U.K., with part two of “Tools a Recruiter Cannot Live Without in 2015,” recorded live from London on Feb. 3.
One of the things our panelists focused on in Part 1 of our webinar, “Tools a Recruiter Cannot Live Without in 2015,” was the importance of successful employer branding.
It’s a sad fact that all recruiters know. The majority of people who apply for a position aren’t going to get it.
As the new year gets underway, recruiters are undoubtedly wondering about the new trends in the industry and what tools they’ll need to face these changes.
Millennials are on the job market in full force and will make up 46 percent of the U.S. labor force by 2020.
The period between Thanksgiving and the new year is certainly a different one for most companies than the rest of the year.
The CareerBuilder Veterans Day Job Forecast found 33 percent of employers are actively recruiting veterans over the next year, an increase over last year’s 27 percent.
Recruiters working with outdated techniques are at a serious disadvantage – but many organizations are still falling behind.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.
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.