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.
Social media has changed the game of recruiting. With the majority of organizations utilizing Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, connecting with candidates has never been easier. But are companies effectively using social media to find talent, or are they too overwhelmed to handle applicant traffic? Beyond the “big three” social networks, how are companies using social media to find the best talent?Read more
A lot of companies try to view recruiting as a faucet that can be turned off or on as the need arises. But the reality is typically far from that perspective. For the recruiting department to be effective, it needs time to build and grow a pipeline of talent which necessarily involves a lot of moving pieces - employer branding, online talent communities, social recruiting, job boards, career sites, etc. Beyond that 90 day lead in, firms also often find themselves in situations where it makes better financial sense to outsource that work in today’s complex economy.Read more