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.
Hiring is a multi-faceted event plagued sometimes by what you can do, what you should do, and what you ought to do. Legal, risk, and compliance topics are never too far from HR, especially the talent acquisition ... Read more
Recruitment marketing is more than just your recruitment and marketing teams standing behind your employment brand. As the skills gap widens, talent acquisition professionals must transform into strategic marketers to attract ... Read more
Social recruiting is not a static and unchanging field. New technologies, new social media networks, and new generations in the workforce interact in a social ecosystem that recruiters have to learn how to navigate and engage candidates ... Read more
It’s a candidate driven market now. Candidate experience is vitally important to your talent acquisition process, but budgets are still tight requiring some agility from the recruitment team. No one can afford to waste the time ... Read more
Writing a winning job description isn’t rocket science, but there are key things to keep in mind for maximum effectiveness. After all, your goal is to attract high-quality job seekers and avoid those who need not ... Read more
Henry Glickel, CPC, CERS, Talent Manager, BAO, says that they rely on Chequed.com to provide key data points for decisions on candidates. “After all, the more data points you have, the sharper your decision making skills will be,” ... Read more
As video interviewing grows in popularity and adoption, we’re encountering a new phenomenon with potential clients. It comes down to a simple phrase, “We tried it and it just didn’t work.” Feedback ... Read more