You can upgrade your company’s recruiting strategy with a wide variety of innovative recruiting solutions. Interview candidates via video, reach new networks with social media and mobile technology, and gather data to discover the effectiveness of your talent acquisition efforts. Whether you need to find skilled talent or want to expand your talent pool, you can use technology to assist all of your recruiting strategies.
For several years of my long career, I worked in the Supply Chain department of a global Fortune 500 company. I quickly learned the value of following a structured RFP process when determining which supplier to use for a particular item or service. The enjoyable portion of the experience was the wide variety of running RFPs for items which ranged anywhere from purchasing vehicles and vehicle parts, all the way to purchasing Hispanic marketing services. Assessing the right HR technology purchase should be no different.Read more
If you use onboarding technology, you are probably familiar with how the system helps streamline and manage the onboarding process, but if you look closely at other employee life events like promotions, transfers, or even offboarding, you’ll see that onboarding technology can help manage the entire employee life cycle.Read more
Employer branding, whether through career portals, company newsletter, corporate policy, or social media, is a key component to the success of any organization. Good or bad, how a company represents its culture can have a real impact in a number of areas. From talent acquisition to year-end earnings, a company’s reputation as an employer can have a major impact on its long-term success. In this post you’ll find five key reasons you need to pay attention to and strengthen your employer brand.Read more
Whether ramping up for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday or Cyber Monday, retailers of all kinds are anticipating good tidings from holiday shoppers this season.
The National Retail Federation predicts retail sales in November and December to increase 4.1% from last year, a total of $616.9 billion — the first year-over-year gain greater than 4% since 2011. In response, businesses are planning to hire between 725,000 and 825,000 seasonal retail employees for the holidays.Read more