When speaking to TA and HR leaders about their company's employer brand strategy, there is no topic that comes up more than DE&I and the effects employer branding can have on your efforts to attract a more diverse workforce. Unfortunately, most companies aren't yet incorporating their goals around
When it comes to hiring, company growth can often create chaos and uncertainty. As a talent acquisition leader, it can be frustrating to manage hiring plans that are constantly changing and trying to ensure that the right amount of resources and plans are in place to hit that moving target.
When it comes to employer branding, it's not always easy to see the direct impact of your efforts. Sure, you may have a great website, social media presence, and employee testimonials, but how do you know if it's actually helping you attract and retain top talent? That's where measuring the ROI of
An employee value proposition (EVP) is a statement that outlines the unique benefits and opportunities a company offers its employees in return for their skills, knowledge, and dedication. It is a way for companies to communicate the value they offer to their employees and to differentiate
In today's increasingly unpredictable and competitive job market, attracting and retaining top talent is crucial for businesses of all sizes and industries. While traditional recruitment methods can be effective, incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) into your talent acquisition strategy can
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) are increasingly important topics in the business world, and many companies are making efforts to improve their DE&I initiatives. However, despite these efforts, many companies still struggle to implement meaningful change in this area.
The recruiting industry is undergoing a transformation, and technology is playing a major role in this change. In recent years, we have seen the emergence of new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), and augmented reality (AR), as well as the increasing use of
It's discouraging to see companies cutting their employer branding budgets or disbanding their employer branding teams in the midst of an economic downturn, especially when they are still hiring. Even if they are not hiring, reducing investment in employer branding can have long-term negative
Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) have been around since the late 90’s. Since then, companies like Brassring, Recruitsoft and Recruitmax (which pioneered the space) have been renamed, assimilated, or simply vanished. Today over 98% of Fortune 500 Companies use applicant tracking systems to work