Yesterday we looked at a survey by Accountemps® concerning boomerang employees, including how to encourage them to come back. Today we’ll explore some of the potential pitfalls of boomerang employees and how to avoid them, plus we’ll provide you an infographic with the survey results.
Category: Candidate Pools & Proactive Recruiting
Recruiting in the past tended to be reactive—there’s an opening, let’s fill it. But many employers are becoming more proactive by building relationships with potential candidates, creating a pool of eager applicants whenever there is an opening.
A recent survey by Accountemps® suggests that less than half of former employees (aka boomerang employees) would work for former employers again.
Yesterday’s Advisor featured BLR® Legal Editor Jasmin Rojas’ take on Zappos’ new approach to recruiting—all on social media with no postings. In this issue, more of her thoughts about how you may learn from their initiative.
As the economy improves and unemployment decreases, some companies are finding themselves in a perplexing and frustrating position—they are unable to fill certain roles with qualified individuals despite large numbers of available applicants. What is causing this disconnect?
Recruiting and retention—top challenges for every organization—and it’s only going to get more challenging through 2015. How do your recruiting practices stack up against what others are doing in today’s war for talent?
In yesterday’s Advisor, BLR legal editor Jasmin Rojas explored Zappos’ new approach to recruiting—all on social media, no postings. In this issue, more of her thoughts about how you may learn from their initiative.
By Jasmin Rojas, JD, BLR Legal Editor Just when you thought you had mastered job boards and job posting online, here comes pacesetting Zappos with a whole nother approach—do away with your job postings and rely on social media! Wait. … What? Bold Experiment or Crazy Idea? Only a few months ago the HR […]
Yesterday’s Advisor covered the first three “Sins” of recruiting; today, the rest of our list of seven sins.
Selecting the right people is so basic to success, yet many managers do it poorly, due to either haste or ignorance. Here are seven sins for recruiters and hiring managers to avoid.
It is quite simple. In order to attract the best employees, you must look as if you are the best company to work for. Appearance is everything. A very basic first step in managing your image is to review how you present your company, says Jasmine Rojas, BLR® legal editor.