Attention outsourcing and recruitment firms, you’re now getting charged to post job advertisements on the career website, Indeed.
Onboarding is key to any HR unit. It’s a critical time in an employee’s early development and sets the stage for the rest of his or her time with your organization. Just as with meeting a new person, first impressions matter.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) still dominates the conversation, yet we are still in the early stages of understanding its potential impact. In most cases, companies have launched small or disparate experiments, leaving AI lingering in the pilot phase.
According to information highlighted by SHRM, hiring interns goes back to the guilds of the Middle Ages, when apprenticeships were highly sought after and prestigious.
In order to attract the talent you seek, you must first understand what drives and motivates today’s average jobseeker. In a candidate-driven market, savvy recruiters and hiring managers who understand their candidates’ wants, needs, and expectations will reign supreme in the war for talent.
Instinctively, it would seem that using a machine, data, or artificial intelligence (AI) to review job applicants would create a process that is fairer by default.
It’s becoming more and more important for hiring managers and employers to create a uniquely diverse workforce and equally diverse workplace, right now.
With recruiting technology rapidly replacing in-person interviews, hiring managers are beginning to miss something very important: the personality of the candidate.
There’s been much discussion about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruiting process. While most focus on the bias-aspect of AI, many are seeing the benefits this technology offers to recruiters and hiring managers at all levels. If you aren’t using AI in the hiring process, what is a better time to start […]
Over the last century, the process of reaching candidates has evolved from handwritten letters and carrier pigeons to window signs, in-person interviews, online listings, phone interviews, and now, text recruiting. While technological shifts have transformed how people communicate, these shifts have also created a more dynamic, ever-evolving business world.