Your perfect candidate could be located in any number of talent pools — passive candidates, active job seekers, or even entrepreneurs. Your recruiting strategy has to have a sourcing plan to gather candidates with the skills and experience you need, as well as engage them through the entire selection process. Once you have a plan in place, support your sourcing strategy with technology, social media, and recruiting analytics.
Does your Employer Brand work? Does it attract the most talented individuals in your region and/or industry? What about those hard-to-fill positions where the talent war is most aggressive…do you know precisely the kind of employee ... Read more
Recruitment Marketing is an emerging trend coming out of the talent acquisition space, but what is it really? How can using marketing tactics improve your recruitment process? And how can that improve your candidate experience? Steven and Caitlin ... Read more
Sourcing talent internally is not without its difficulties. Organizations are struggling to inform their current employees of their talent needs and also struggling to keep up to date records of their employees’ skills. Fifty-one percent of ... Read more
Recruiting has traditionally been considered a function of Human Resources, but with new tools on the market and new strategies in the air, some are saying it belongs with the marketing team. Others are suggesting Talent Acquisition be ... Read more
The continual advancement of technology, in combination with the retirement of baby boomers, has contributed to increased demand for highly skilled workers. This demand has resulted in a divided labor market where highly ... Read more
In the never-ending war for talent, data and data integration are quickly becoming your greatest weapons. The reason? Organizations that can tap into multiple data sources, and then put all of that information to use efficiently, have a ... Read more
Where does the phrase “Culture eats strategy for breakfast” come from? HR Happy Hour host and Co-Chair of the HR Technology Conference Steve Boese joins HCI to discuss the relationship between culture, talent, and strategy. ... Read more