Targeted Hiring and Design

An HCI Topic

Your company has to prepare to fight competitively for in-demand talent. Create attractive packages, development opportunities, and interesting work challenges to attract highly skilled candidates. Whether you’re looking to hire women, new college grads, scientists, veterans, or international hires, learn how you can develop a targeted recruiting strategy to easily attract the candidates you need.

Featured in Targeted Hiring and Design:

Blog

What “Candidate Experience” Means in Today’s Digital World

Blog | Author: Mike Roberts | Source: HCI | Published: May 20, 2015

Since most Millennials have been immersed in technology for a majority of their lives, it’s safe to say they’re pretty awesome judges of all things digital. As a consequence, consumer-facing aspects of businesses really have no choice but to keep pace with these users’ digital expectations as they evolve over time. Though, that’s not always the case for the less visible parts of the business—like recruiting.

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Article

Three Ways to Hire Smarter in Higher Education

Article | Published: May 20, 2015
People. They're the foundation of every higher education institution. They're responsible for your enrollment, retention, graduation rates, and your reputation. And yet, when it comes to selecting people, many institutions still rely on ... Read more
Webcast

10 Secrets to Recruiting the Brightest Grads & Millennials

Webcast | Presented By: Melissa Hooven, Alicia Garibaldi | Webcast Aired: May 19, 2015
Never mind the swag! Think employer brand, potential, career development and transparency when going after grads. With  36% of the current workforce in the United States already made up of Millennials and that number expected to rise to ... Read more