New research examines the link between digital proficiency and an organization’s ability to attract and retain talent.
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.
Make no mistake: High employee turnover impacts the day-to-day operation of your business. It also sends a message to prospective job candidates, and the message isn’t “work here.”
A survey by CareerBuilder shows that there might be some serious gaps between your organization’s recruiting needs and your candidates.
As an already tight labor market grows ever tighter, where should a hiring company focus its efforts?
In August 2006, consumer electronics retailer RadioShack announced it would cut up to 450 jobs, mostly at its headquarters. While the jobs cuts were newsworthy, it was how the company notified employees that made headlines.
You probably hear a lot about hiring veterans and the value they bring into the civilian workforce. There are hundreds of articles and studies written about it. In fact, there are even data that suggest how veterans are outperforming their civilian counterparts at work. There is good reason why some companies invest in hiring veterans. […]
Lancôme, a French cosmetic and fragrance house that is part of L’Oréal, recently announced a new initiative, designed to combat illiteracy among women.
A recent trend among companies involves charitable giving. It is true that individual charitable giving has decreased, but corporate giving is on the rise, and candidates are paying attention.
A survey conducted last year by job site Glassdoor finds that 84 percent of Americans believe employers today have an important voice in politics.
Research shows companies plan to spend more on diversity and inclusion programs this year, in an effort to attract job candidates.