In my last post, we examined the United States employment landscape in relation to candidate screening processes. The moral of the story: endless candidate screening processes cost a boatload of money, and singlehandedly lower an organization's chance to capture top talent.Read More
In a well-intended, yet cumbersome effort to screen out applicants who are completely unqualified, companies often dive into an overzealous process, driven by vendors of screening tools that urge unfortunate uses of features that are clearly not meant to be used in the first interaction between your company and new applicants.Read More
Return on investment.
This phrase often hangs over the head of a Talent Acquisition Director like the sword of Damocles, as pressure from the CFO looms in the distance. In job advertising—and recruiting in general—making decisions about where to invest your budget can be daunting, and it’s easy to be unsure of what strategy to take or where to begin allocating your spend.Read More
Employers of all sizes throughout the world continue to embrace the “recruitment marketing and advertising revolution.” This revolution has enabled talent acquisition teams to mimic in employment branding and job advertising what their counterparts on marketing teams have been doing already for several years.Read More