To be or not to be authentic? That is the question at stake. When company leaders discuss using employee photos or stock photos on the website, on recruiting materials, or even internally, I hear a collective sigh from talent brand practitioners around the world. We are authenticity advocates who
The Great Resignation has created a challenge for companies seeking to attract, recruit and retain talent. As a result, employers have been incentivized to utilize automation and initiate innovative recruiting strategies to maintain a viable workforce. This is especially true in industries where
Since the government’s work-from-home order spawned a mass exodus from offices around the nation in March 2020, people have learned a lot about themselves and what they need and want in life, in their careers, and from employers. Professionals around the world continue to share their truth on
It’s been said a thousand times and will likely be said a thousand times, these are interesting times and especially in the world of work. According to a report from ResumeBuiilder.com, the phenomenon known as The Great Resignation will continue through 2022. To quote said report...
Candidate experience is how a jobseeker feels about an employer, based on all the interactions they had when applying and interviewing for a job at the company. When plotting out the candidate experience you may want to consider the recruitment touchpoints in this interactive PDF!
3 Questions To Ask The Next Recruiter You Hire How long have you been recruiting? Recruiting is not the type of career that people dream of in grade school. More often than not, it is a role that people seem to stumble into. All too often, those same people stumble out of it after a few years. The
The Talent Market can be feast or famine. Posting jobs can get you good workers and a great employment brand can get you so much more but, there will always be an elite class of producers who never apply for a job. Higher salaries alone are not enough to persuade these elites to take a leap of