Competition for top talent is fierce - you have shrinking unemployment rates, widening skill gaps, and a list of open req's that never ends. Nowadays, you just can't afford to go fishing in the pool at a given time and pray for the purple squirrel. Organizations need to position themselves as 'the place' that passive (and highly skilled) job seekers are attracted to.Read More
Employment branding is culture. And while culture is the responsibility of every leader and every employee, the implementation and execution of an employment branding strategy, remains largely the responsibility of the organization’s recruiters and talent acquisition teams.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard the news: search engine-giant Google has entered the world of online recruiting, causing many thought-leaders to wonder and predict what this means for the current talent acquisition landscape.Read More
Sodexo - one of America's leading employers - has developed a data-driven recruiting operation to scale and optimize their talent acquisition department and drive recruiting results across the organization's 13,000 different locations.Read More
Until recently, most recruiters evaluated their job advertising spend almost exclusively on macro-level outcome metrics, like total numbers of applicants. As the recruiting landscape has become more competitive, the challenge now, is that focusing on only the total number of applicants you can pull through the hiring funnel ignores job level data effecting the ROI of your spend.Read More
In 2016, organizations found the talent landscape to be more challenging than ever before due to the following: low numbers of applicants, increased competition from other employers, lack of skilled candidates with necessary work experience, and local markets failing to produce qualified candidates.Read More