Recruitment Design


Consider This Employer Brand Strategy: Don’t Lose Candidates

Blog | Author: James Foley | Source: HCI | Published: 1 day ago

A sure-fire way to improve your recruiting success is to reduce the number of candidates you lose in the process. It’s not the only way, but it’s possibly the most effective. So, while we help companies do a better job of connecting with new candidates — applying the latest in sourcing strategy, social media, employer brand strategy, recruitment marketing and advanced technologies — we’re also in the business of keeping those candidates connected.

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Talent Acquisition Triple Play

White Paper | Source: PeopleFluent | Published: 2 days ago

Improving your overall talent acquisition experience isn’t exactly a day at the beach. It’s challenging work. The volume of candidates that recruiters are screening and passing to hiring managers continues to rise, ...

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Demystifying Big Data to Make Better Hires

White Paper | Source: Cielo | Published: April 22, 2016

The era of Big Data is upon us, and forward-thinking HR leaders are turning smart use of talent analytics into a competitive advantage. With approximately 160 million workers in the U.S. alone and experts estimating that payroll ...

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Maximizing Retention Across the Millennial Landscape—People Analytics and Personality Assessment

Blog | Author: Frank Costanzo & Dr. David Solot | Source: HCI | Published: April 20, 2016

As both consultants and managers, we know first-hand that the rise and fall of organizations over the next decade will be determined largely by the performance of the Millennial generation. If we are going to drive business forward over the next 10 years, then the business landscape must evolve into a Millennial Landscape—one that maximizes motivation, engagement, and retention. To do this, we must uncover the natural tendencies and personalities of Millennials, as a group and as individuals. As the business landscape changed to accommodate Generation X, so too must it change for the Millennials.

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