At the end of a hiring process, the final step is sending an offer letter to the potential candidate with the hope of them accepting it. Unfortunately, some hiring managers end up receiving a different answer, a counter offer.
If you want to beat your competition at their own game, you need to understand what makes them tick. This advice goes for recruiting talent as well, but in order to beat your competition and recruit top talent, you need to understand the current state of the American workforce.
We’ve been talking for some time about the tight job market faced by employers across the company. With the unemployment rate at a historic low, many jobseekers are having an easier-than-usual time finding a new job, or a first job, as employers struggle to find qualified employees.
Over the years, sourcing has evolved from a function within recruiting to its own discipline. Today, many large organizations have entire departments dedicated to candidate sourcing.
Did you pass the résumé review test in yesterday’s Advisor? Today, more on how to save your time with résumés.
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?