According to a survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the average cost per hire is $4,169. The cost generally ranges anywhere from $500 to $4,500—but it may be even higher.
Category: Recruiting Metrics
It’s important for recruiters to be able to demonstrate in concrete ways their contribution to the organization. Metrics help to gauge the effectiveness of the operation.
In part one of this article, we looked at some ways that you can become a data driven recruiter. Let’s look at topics like KPI and budget planning.
Almost 75% of recruiters do not use data driven processes for making decisions. There are many reasons why this happens and one of them is intimidation. They rely only on other human resources strategies. The work is done manually.
What are the various steps of the employee onboarding process, and how many companies implement each of these steps effectively? Moreover, how does onboarding at your organization compare? A study conducted by HR Daily Advisor Research, detailed in the report, “2017 Strategy Onboarding Survey: How to Activate New Employees,” provides insight. The survey includes responses […]
Yesterday we heard from CEO and founder of Criteria Corp, Josh Millet, on new advancements in preemployment testing. Today we’ll hear more, including how it can help reduce implicit bias and what technology is available.
Preemployment testing has been around for some time now, at least a few decades in some form. The process helps prescreen potential hires before they interview. Many changes are coming to this process thanks to new technology, and it can potentially help both employer and candidates.
Employee retention efforts are often focused on the employee population as a whole, when, in truth, you would prefer that some people head for the exit door.
Before the internet, companies that wanted to reach job seekers posted ads in newspapers. Today, many companies continue to rely on newspaper advertising for employee recruitment, although the focus has changed.
Employee referral programs never go out of style, because they work. But not all programs get the same results.
Although programmatic recruitment advertising has only been available for a couple of years, it has already gained significant traction—and with good reason.