The real estate mantra “location, location, location,” doesn’t just apply to houses anymore, it can also apply to the recruiting world. According to Ceridian, a global human capital management technology company, where a company is located is an influential factor when candidates accept a job offer.
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.
With job openings in restaurants at a record high, and millions of Gen Zers slated to enter the U.S. workforce, a new study was conducted to explore the relationship between younger generations and the restaurant industry, in order to see if and where the desires of these younger generations overlap with what the industry has […]
There’s no time like the present to start recruiting college seniors to your company. However, if your company doesn’t stand out among the rest, you’ll be losing out on top talent. College grads and jobseekers alike are all looking to work for the “World’s Most Attractive Employer.” Does your company have what it takes to […]
It can happen to even the most qualified candidates: The interview starts, and your high hopes are dashed by the candidate’s poor choice in dress code, or maybe you discover he or she has done little to no basic research about the company and its offerings.
In order to attract top talent, companies need to improve their overall brand. Although 60% of CEOs think that their employer brand lies solely with them, research also indicates that 69% of job applicants are more likely to apply to a job for employers that actively manage their employer brands. So, recruiters should be heavily involved with […]
As we know, jobseekers are looking to work for companies that offer a positive workplace culture, or one that aligns with the jobseekers’ beliefs. For companies that offer employees equal pay, it helps boost the overall brand and can result in a better workplace culture.
The best source of hire continues to be employee referrals.
With the unemployment rate at less than 4%, jobseekers are currently in the driver’s seat and are being more selective with their potential job opportunities. And now, employers must turn to more passive candidates and look at long-term goals and strategies if they’re interested in acquiring top talent.
The future of job descriptions is here, and it’s taking the form of video! That’s right, showing not telling candidates what they’re in for is how you’ll attract them to your company.
A recent study found that government employers aren’t embracing digital recruiting methods, pitting them against their private sector counterparts in the war for talent.