Yesterday we looked at an infographic outlining the real and considerable costs of a bad reputation. Today we’ll look at what you can do to help.
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.
An earlier Recruiting Daily Advisor article looked at research that suggests a culture of volunteerism has a positive impact on employee recruitment, engagement, and retention. Volunteerism is also about giving back to the community, as global banking giant Citi well knows. The Advisor provides a look at Citi as a best practice example, and to […]
Debate about whether recruiting is sales will likely continue until the purple squirrel jumps over the moon. But one thing talent acquisition professionals can agree on is that recruiting requires communication.
As a recruiter, you probably have a very keen idea of how much a company’s bad reputation really costs. Today we’ll look at an infographic by Apex Global Learning.
A colleague recently interviewed for a position with a company known as a leader in its industry. Her experience serves as a wake-up call for employers that overlook the connection between communication and culture, and offers a reminder to all about interview style.
How much does employer brand affect a company’s ability to attract and hire top talent? Just ask Uber, the San Francisco technology company best known for its ride-hailing service.
By now, you’ve seen the surveys that indicate job seekers, especially millennials, want “career opportunities” or “growth opportunities.” But before you restructure your benefits offerings—or worse, think you can’t compete—take a moment to consider what these individuals really want.
Should your company focus on volunteerism to attract job candidates and retain employees? A new study suggests it’s definitely worth considering.
Recently we began to explore ways to keep older workers engaged so they are more likely to stay at your company. Today we’ll explore a few more tips for keeping them engaged, including reduced schedules, additional training, and reducing age discrimination.
The logic of engagement is simple for HR managers and recruiters: If you keep employees engaged, you don’t have to fill as many vacancies. Engagement isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for the various generations in your workforce. Today we’ll focus on how to keep your older workers from wandering off due to lack of engagement.