HR professionals need to balance a couple of very big essentials during the recruitment process. Speed and proper communication are two of those that can be challenging to implement at the same time. (more…)
Mobile phone technology has evolved at an incredible speed over the past 10 years and recruitment is just one sector that has taken advantage of the flexibility and convenience mobile devices have to offer. (more…)
Globally, the latest figures show that an estimated 70% of people now work remotely at least once per week. Another 53% are said to work location independent at least half of the week. With each year that passes, more individuals and businesses than ever before are transitioning to full-time remote work roles. When it comes to finding the best workers for a company, one of the top incentives to provide is a healthy work-life balance. Alongside this, the pay is still of top importance for nearly all job seekers. As both the number of remote positions and total wages continue to increase, there will be even greater competition for work-from-home roles. Explore what recruiters are now offering remote workers in terms of pay in 2019. (more…)
We start off mental health awareness week with a post covering the most important topic that faces Recruiters at the earliest stages of the recruitment process – the legality of mental health related questions during the interview process. (more…)
A Talent Community is a great way to engage passive candidates and build warm pipelines of talented, thoughtful job seekers. However, they are full of various pitfalls that can hamstring their performance. We’ve studied what makes a talent community succeed and fail. With that in mind, we wanted to share the best practices that any talent community strategy should follow. But first, the basics:
In my MSN news feed recently, was an article by Liz Ryan, a respected journalist working for Forbes, outlining five common recruitment practices that drive talent away.