A millennial-driven workforce is here, but a ready-or-not attitude isn’t why you should be recruiting this generation. Millennials bring passion and a willingness to fully engage with a new job if given the opportunity. The benefits to the business can be immense and set you apart from the competition—if you can find the talent and inspire them immediately. And though recruiting these younger workers requires an updated approach, the effort can yield benefits in terms of improved quality of hire—and in less time to hire.Read More >
Becoming the Master of Your Data Domain
People should be at the core of your recruitment marketing strategies. If you don’t pay attention to the best candidates, they won’t pay attention to you.Read More >
Millennials bring passion, innovation, and ambition to their careers. This enthusiasm might be their greatest asset, but it also requires a recruitment marketing strategy unlike what companies may have been comfortable with in the past.
Here are some traits that millennials offer today’s workforce:Read More >
Making Sense of the New Candidate Lifecycle
Type “candidate funnel” into Google and you’ll get nearly half a million results.
Clearly, a lot of people are talking about the hiring process as a funnel, one that starts with building awareness and ends with a hire. But we say “funnel schmunnel.”Read More >
The millennial generation isn’t the future of the American workforce—it’s the present. Recruiting strategies that haven’t adjusted to the millennial generation’s strengths and potential are behind the curve; not recognizing the habits and preferences of younger workers will put a company at a severe competitive disadvantage.
Here are some of millennials’ behaviors, activities, and expectations that shape how they seek, apply, accept, and engage in their jobs:Read More >
5 Tips to Reduce the Day-to-Day Stress of Good Ol’ Hiring
Your company has jobs it must fill. Candidates, whether they are unemployed or are seeking a better opportunity, are out there looking for jobs. So why is connecting the two sides sometimes so difficult?Read More >
The modern workplace belongs to millennials. The generation is expected to comprise 75 percent of the global workforce by 2020¹. Is your company ready for this demographic wave that is already in progress?Read More >
Accelerating Communications to Drive Trusted Brand Awareness
The size of social media networks today is mind-boggling. As of September 2016, Facebook alone had 1.79 billion monthly active users (that’s more than five times the population of the entire U.S.!). The scope of social media hasn’t escaped the attention of talent recruiters—according to Jobvite, more than 90 percent of recruiters are using social media as part of their recruitment efforts. But if companies only have their recruiters using social media as part of their recruitment strategy, then social media is being totally underutilized.Read More >
Mapping the RIGHT Plan for the BEST Outcome
In the last few weeks we discussed the market trends that are impacting today’s talent landscape. Now we will explore why these are “mission critical” and how with efficiency, action and implementation you can put your revved up strategy in motion to positively impact your pipeline and bottom line.Read More >
Recruitment marketing technology has grown so fast, so exponentially, that it’s easy to forget that many of the innovative software solutions available to attract and hire the best candidates didn’t exist a decade ago, or even a few years ago. The rapid rate of change has many hiring professionals feeling queasy when thinking about implementing new recruitment marketing technology.Read More >