90% of job seekers consider an employer's branding when applying for jobs, according to a 2019 report from Wonderful Workplaces, an employer branding agency. Part of running a successful business now includes enforcing a brand that will promote your company culture before a potential employee starts their first day. As successfully recruiting top, up-and-coming talent continues to become more difficult, establishing and honing your brand will be absolutely paramount to the success of businesses. With that in mind, here are a few ways you can build and communicate your staffing brand's message.
Since the beginning of last year, a plethora of companies has experienced significant, business-altering change. Many small businesses closed their doors. Some have re-opened with updated policies and strategic business-growth strategies – others have closed for good.
As with most industries, the recruitment industry is facing uncertainty and change amid the current global pandemic. In a post-coronavirus world, hiring trends will shape recruitment in the upcoming months and – most likely – years. Recruiters can prepare for the future of talent acquisition by understanding these following trends.
A well-functioning, efficient, transparent, and reliable back office is crucial to organizational health. In fact, the front and back offices need each other to work coherently and best achieve predetermined goals. Recruitment back office software can play a significant role in organizational uniformity.
Many top staffing companies have made the transition to remote working and even remote hiring. While this process may be new to you, it is nothing your agency cannot handle. In the content below, we will walk through some of the best virtual interview tips, strategies, and practices.
Recruiting agencies employ several strategies to accomplish talent acquisition, from social media posts and job board listings to email outreach. Each strategy can be measured, evaluated, and optimized for greater success. As one of the best ways to engage candidates, email outreach should be employed by recruiting agencies carefully and strategically, with candidate experience in mind.
Below, we explore several tips for creating the best subject lines for recruiting emails.
The thought of working from home resonates with everyone differently. Perhaps you already work from home and have settled into a productive routine. Alternatively, working from home may be a new experience with frightening hurdles.
During an unprecedented global crisis, every industry faces unique challenges. Recruitment organizations have an exclusive connection with a plethora of industries as staffing needs fluctuate, and the past few months have brought about unparalleled instability. How can recruitment agencies best address the challenges caused by the Coronavirus?
Recruiting is a time-consuming process. Staffing agencies determined to find the best-fit candidates for their clients often juggle hundreds of applications, thousands of emails, job listings across multiple platforms, and interview preparation. Managing each piece of the recruiting process across dozens of website programs or physical files can be overwhelming.
In some instances, parts of the hiring process get rushed. At times, applicants fall through the cracks, lost in piles of paperwork and a frenzied schedule.
Staffing agencies understand the importance of timely, organized communication for effective talent acquisition. Simultaneously, many recruiters struggle with manually managing hundreds of applicants in various stages of the recruitment process! Keeping up with emails, applications, interview notes, and documents can be overwhelming and ineffective – even creating a negative candidate experience at times.