This is one among the findings out of LinkedIn’s recently released 2017 Global Staffing developments report.
Highlights of the survey included within 2,000 manager-level and above, search and staffing recruitment professionals in 35 countries — include: The good news is the fact that 68% of staffing firms assume their firms to develop compared to 2016, also say they plan to hire greater…Continue
Added by Ekansh Pahwa on November 29, 2017 at 4:41am — No Comments
Employer Branding ideas are essential for building a strong and attractive employer brand. Many firms have started investing more in their employer branding strategy so I decided write about some real-life employer branding ideas and strategies. HubSpot and Facebook have mastered their employer branding and…Continue
Added by Kristina Martic on November 28, 2017 at 9:30am — No Comments
Every employee knows someone who knows someone else, and their neighbour has a guy who’d be perfect for a specialised position in…Continue
Added by Daniela Berakova on November 27, 2017 at 2:00am — No Comments
I must admit that until I started using the search technique that I am about to describe, I did not realize that a significant number of LinkedIn members customize their Headlines. I had expected most members to stay with the default Headline, which is <Job Title> at <Company>. Not true. It won't be easy to estimate the percentage of customized Headlines, but they are quite common.
What members put in Headlines often falls into one of these…
Added by Irina Shamaeva on November 26, 2017 at 8:01pm — No Comments
Today’s blog is focused on helping you understand what Hiring Managers are looking for from candidates during assessment days and group exercises.
For those of you who are less familiar with group assessment days, we’ll start by briefly covering the basics of how assessment centres work and what you can typically expect from the day.
Added by ISL Recruitment on November 22, 2017 at 8:00am — No Comments
Hiring the top talent out there to work on the startup that you have going can be daunting. You have to find the best people for the positions you need to fill. When you make a wrong choice, this could mean bad results for your company. Use these top 7 tips for choosing the best talent to work within your startup and see your company prosper. You may be surprised to find…Continue
This is a list of Human Resources (HR) statistics that have changed the way HR professionals recruit and hire. These HR stats have resulted in innovative recruiting strategies and methods. Improvements in technology and HR analytics have enabled us to measure and get useful insights. We should use these HR stats to make better and more…Continue
It’s no surprise that in the current candidate-driven market, employers have to adjust, rethink and implement new strategies to not only attract, but also retain talented employees. There has been a lot of research presented over the past few years on learning to understand what motivates the Millennial generation and how to better merge workplace styles and expectations.…Continue
In part 7 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the Shelly Sandberg track.
First up Ben Gotkin and Sourcing Metrics Working Session. At the beginning was nan introduction to ATAP which is the Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals. A great organization trying to standardize things within the staffing world. This…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on November 20, 2017 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Post Sourcecon Fall 2017 PT6
In part 5 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the Purple Squirrel Track.
Added by Dean Da Costa on November 14, 2017 at 5:46pm — No Comments
One of the biggest undertakings in HR is recruitment.
When we think of recruitment and the process it involves we instantly think about the process such as specifications of a particular job, the action of attracting candidates to apply for that job, screening and selection of candidates, hiring the right candidate and the onboarding of those candidates.
Added by Joanne McDonagh on November 14, 2017 at 8:02am — No Comments
You’ve gone to the effort of writing a job description, creating some online adverts or engaging a recruiter to find you someone, but have you really thought through who your business needs?
"Of course” I hear you cry. “Why would we bother doing all those things if we didn’t know what we needed to recruit for?”…Continue
Building on our article last month about Job Hoppers, companies have the opportunity to decrease turnover by implementing the valuable practice of the “Stay Interview” with current employees. This is certainly not a brand-new concept, but…Continue
Following the recent purchase of my last company I’ve been spending a bit of time talking to other businesses about working with them and it’s been quite surprising how much the businesses have focused on what I can do for them and not what they can do for me.
Yes, if you’re looking to hire someone to come and do some work for you, absolutely you need to find out if they can do the job. For me…Continue
Recruiters from different spheres tend to divide job seekers into three well-known groups: Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials. It’s easy to discern members of each group by certain characteristics.
There is no stereotype, according to which employers favor a certain group. Still, it’s important to adjust the job search strategies to the peculiarities of the…Continue
Added by Monica White on November 3, 2017 at 3:53am — No Comments
In part 5 of my Sourcecon posts we will discuss the things that came from the Programing track and general sessions.
So Steven Jiang of Hiretual spoke about creating a chrome extension, He gave an easy overview of a chrome ext. Then He spoke about HTML, CSS, and JS. He gave a link to source code you can download at…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on November 2, 2017 at 6:41pm — No Comments