A new survey from human capital solutions provider CareerBuilder confirms what past surveys have shown: Negative press impacts hiring.
Category: Employer Branding
Increasingly, potential applicants are scrutinizing employers in ways they never could before. And the company’s reputation as an employer (that is, the employment brand), is an important factor in determining whether top candidates will consider your organization.
A recent study conducted by CareerBuilder, a provider of human capital solutions, identifies 12 gaps in the candidate experience, and shows where companies sometimes struggle. The No. 2 item on the list, “not preparing hiring managers,” tends to get pushed aside in favor of more exciting solutions, but it deserves attention.
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A new president often faces challenges. It comes with the territory. But President Trump also faces a talent shortage. Hundreds of jobs, including key positions, remain open, and the administration reportedly has had difficulty finding people to fill the roles.
A recent study from CareerBuilder, a provider of human capital solutions, sheds some light on where the candidate experience tends to turn negative.