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Every year, nearly every hiring team faces an urgent hiring challenge. Whether brought on by a seasonal upswing, a new product, or a major restructuring, talent acquisition teams need to think fast and think differently. For just this 2015 holiday season alone, outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas predicted retailers would add nearly 755,000 seasonal employees. For a talent acquisition team, any urgent upswing in hiring – whether its tens, hundreds, or thousands of new employees - equates to more resume reviews, phone screens, interviews, collaboration meetings and more. Add in a deadline and short time frame and the challenge just gets bigger.
With many teams facing their own resource challenges on a regular day-to-day basis, how do you effectively plan and execute to meet these urgent hiring peaks?
In this webcast, you’ll hear from three talent acquisition professionals who used video and voice interviewing technology to face this challenge head-on.
As they say, you only get one chance to make a first impression. According to a recent study by Montage, 32% of individuals who turned down a job offer in the past year report they rejected the offer primarily ...
Video interviewing is gaining widespread acceptance for hiring and talent acquisition (TA) in the 21st century. Still, some employers--particularly Fortune 500 companies and federal contractors--have expressed concern over potential ...
The primary focus of talent acquisition is, necessarily, on high quality hiring with speed and efficiency. The eyes are on the prize: the talented, shiny new hire. But what about the thousands of candidates that enter the hiring process only to never get hired? What are they thinking and feeling as they exit the process without the desired outcome? And why should you be concerned about it?