Small companies tend to recruit on the fly. “We have this open position to fill; let’s find someone.”
Category: Hiring & Recruiting
You offer a candidate a job, and the person accepts. Shortly before the start date, however, the candidate decides against joining your organization.
Talent Board, a non-profit organization focused on the elevation and promotion of a quality candidate experience with data benchmark research, has released its 2017 North American Candidate Experience research report. The organization’s research covers the best practices, platforms, and processes that enable companies to provide an exemplary recruiting experience to their job candidates.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we talked about the idea of using a talent relationship management (TRM) program or system to assist with the entire recruiting process. TRM can be utilized not just to hire but also to maintain contact with and expand the long-term talent pipeline. We started to outline some of the many things TRM […]
We’re always looking for ways to hire more effectively and efficiently, and to keep a strong pipeline of resources and potential places to find new talent. As the unemployment rate shrinks, the pool of available talent does the same and makes our efforts to find and cultivate top talent even more critical.
A new report from Namely, a leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, examines trends in the HR profession. “HR Careers Report 2018” is based on data from more than 1,000 companies.
Today we’ll hear from iCIMS writer Jessica Woloszyn about seven ways to get the best talent.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we outlined a few of the many soft skills that employers are often looking for when recruiting new employees. Often, soft skills are just as important—or even more important—as technical skills and expertise required for the job. It’s tougher to teach soft skills than it is technical skills!
These are the main takeaways from a new CareerBuilder survey, which finds nearly three in four employers, 74 percent, have been affected by a bad hire and the average cost of one bad hire is $14,900.
When recruiting for any role, naturally, it is important to ensure that the candidates being considered have the technical skills, expertise, and experience required to do the job. But what about the other skills that will help that individual be successful? How can you identify who will be a good team member or a good […]