A recent survey at Axial, a NYC-based technology company, asked employees, “What do we do well here?" Ninety percent of responses mentioned the positive culture and the people that they hire. A response like this doesn't happen overnight-- from the very beginning, the Axial team understood the importance of employer branding in a competitive talent ecosystem like New York.
In this webinar, Alex Steinberg, the lead recruiter at Axial, shares how her team has built an employer brand that helps attract the right talent as well as retains top performers. She'll share insight into how to define and market workplace culture, create a great candidate experience, and facilitate referrals.
As competition for top talent increases, organizations must attract top talent more effectively, while also ensuring that hiring processes consistently engage candidates. A poorly managed candidate experience - one hampered by poor ...
Your talent prospects know where to go when they want to learn about you. They're accessing multiple social portals like Glassdoor and Linkedin 24/7 to see what their peers have to say about your culture, before you ever get a chance to position it. Retailers call this trend "omnichannel." Mobile and social are here to stay, making candidate engagement and employer brand more important than ever.