As recruiting practices become more digital, you need to use marketing techniques and social media to source hires and build your employer brand. You can create a content strategy to share messages about your work environment and employee culture. Use social networking to attract, grab the interest of passive candidates with your online reputation, and update your systems to better manage digital recruiting efforts.
As it becomes more difficult to find top talent, the last thing companies want is to go through the trouble (and costs) of recruiting “new” individuals, only to see them leave shortly thereafter. And the reason so many employees leave so soon after they are hired is often due to an unhappiness and disconnection from what they thought their new employer was all about. In other words, disengagement. As discovered in Gallup’s recent survey on worldwide engagement trends, a mere 13% of employees are engaged at work, meaning the vast majority of employees are actively disengaged. That’s a lot of unhappiness.Read more