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2018's Most Important Talent Acquisition Trends so Far

Oleeo

When it comes to recruiting, trends shape the hot discussion topics and pave the way for technological innovation. Diversity Tech Recruiting Software Predictive AnalysisIt’s hard to deny that human beings love what is new. New car, new shoes, new haircut. New babies always receive all the love and affection, new shirts quickly become the favorite garb and new foods seduce our taste buds and leave us craving more.

4 Exciting Recruiting Trends For 2018

Ideal

2017 was the year of AI and automation technologies , unconscious bias and workplace diversity, and candidate experience in recruiting. Here are my top 4 recruiting trends for 2018. In 2017, 56% of recruiting teams predicted their hiring volume would increase. Increased hiring means busier recruiting teams and the need for additional resources such as investment in recruitment tech that addresses your specific pain points.

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4 Key Findings from LinkedIn’s Global Recruiting Trends Report

Undercover Recruiter

According to LinkedIn, the biggest trends set to change how recruiters hire this year are diversity, reinventing the interview process, data, and artificial intelligence. The annual report surveyed over 8,800 recruiters and hiring managers from 39 countries to better understand these trends and help recruitment teams prepare for 2018. Diversity is key The report. 4 Key Findings from LinkedIn’s Global Recruiting Trends Report.

#RedBranchWeekly: A Glimpse into the Future of Talent Acquisition

marenated

By Alison Wurth: Well, we’ve come a long way from manual recruiting processes to the digital age ruled by the buzzword “automation” And, all this change has happened in a relatively short time. It has been a sort of big bang for the talent acquisition world and we are sure to see more revolutionary technology that will completely change our processes. XOR.ai: Recruiting Trends You Need in Your Strategy. RedBranchWeekly Recruiting recruiting

10 Key Findings from the 2018 Recruiting Trends Report 

Entelo

Today Entelo is proud to deliver the 2018 Recruiting Trends Report which summarizes and highlights the strategies, pain points and motivations driving candidate sourcing, engagement and outreach for modern talent teams. Last year, we released our inaugural report which uncovered preliminary hiring trends taking us into 2017. Most (70%) agree that recruiting automation would increase productivity. Recruiters need to think like marketers.

Diversity in 2018: 3 Things Recruiting and HR Pros Need to Know

Ascendify

Many of us in the talent space have been poring over LinkedIn’s 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report in recent weeks, and with good reason: It’s packed with interesting, forward-looking data and helpful insights. Based on interviews with industry experts and a survey of almost 9,000 recruiters & hiring managers from around the world, the report covers “the four ideas changing how you hire” , and it details the biggest initiatives in talent acquisition right now.

Want to Improve Your Diversity Hiring? Look At Your Process Through Candidates’ Eyes

Spark Hire

This year, many organizations have upped their game to find and hire more diverse talent. But chances are, you’re still not seeing the results you want in regards to your diversity hiring initiative. In fact, the 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report from LinkedIn found that 38 percent of companies are still having trouble finding diverse candidates. To truly improve diversity hiring, you need to reexamine your hiring process.

Diversity in 2021: 3 Things Recruiting and HR Pros Need to Know

Ascendify

Many of us in the talent space have been poring over LinkedIn’s 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report in recent weeks, and with good reason: It’s packed with interesting, forward-looking data and helpful insights. Talent Acquisition

7 Recruiting Trends That Will Continue Into 2019

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Not long ago, we were analyzing the trends unfolding in 2018 and in no time, we are talking about projections for the next year. With cloud adoption becoming the norm and machine learning taking the top spot in every organizational agenda, talent leaders are facing challenges like never before. We anticipate more disruption, more need for agility, more scarcity of talent, more need for reskilling, and a lot more. This trend is expected to continue next year as well.

Recruitment trends: 10 experts share what’s in store for 2020

JobAdder

Recruitment Agency Software. Recruitment CRM. Tailored to temp & contract recruitment; source, place and manage contractors with ease & speed. Recruitment SMS. Recruitment Analytics. Recruitment AI/Automation. In-House Recruitment Software.

Top 5 Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2019

Transformify - Recruiting

Each year brings change and new trends in the recruitment industry. To add complexity, HR experts worldwide have a different vision on which trends will have the most impact in 2019. Fewer Diversity Recruiters. 2018 saw the rise of diversity and inclusion awareness. Most Fortune 500 and Footsie 100 companies hired a dedicated manager to oversee diversity, inclusion and equality matters. Talent has many faces.

Video Interviews and Personalized Hiring in the World of Automation

Recruiting Daily

LinkedIn, for its 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report, surveyed 8,815 talent acquisition professionals and hiring managers about their recruitment activities, their recommendations and the prominent, effective trends they were seeing. Four best-practice trends driving the future of recruiting dominated responses: diversity, data, artificial intelligence, and new interviewing tools such as video.

By the Numbers: January 12, 2018

BountyJobs

For more on trends in talent acquisition from 2017 that are informing the 2018 market, check out our report, Talent Acquisition Year in Review , available now! Per LinkedIn’s ‘2018 Global Recruiting Trends’ report, 63% of talent and hiring managers surveyed state that the traditional interview fails in ‘assessing candidate soft skills’. The post By the Numbers: January 12, 2018 appeared first on BountyJobs Blog

From Insights to Impact with a Lot of Activity

CKR Interactive

There was a flurry of product announcements at LinkedIn’s Talent Connect three weeks ago in Anaheim — and it became exhilarating to try and stay ahead! Before I get too ahead of myself, let’s start at the top: more than 4,000 talent professionals gathered in Anaheim, Calif. 9-11 for the 9th LinkedIn Talent Connect conference, and so many more watched via Livestream. The secondary theme of Talent Connect, “Plan.

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The Best Recruitment Events in 2019 (Part One)

Social Talent

Talent acquisition, recruitment and HR are people-person roles, so it makes sense that there are literally hundreds of networking events every year for those in this industry. Social Recruitment Strategies Conference . If social recruiting isn’t your jam, you could take a trip to PAFOW (also in San Francisco) from January 30th until February 1st. Strategic Talent Acquisition (HCI). Become a trusted Talent Advisor.

7 Recruiting Trends That Will Continue Into 2019

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Not long ago, we were analyzing the trends unfolding in 2018 and in no time, we are talking about projections for the next year. With cloud adoption becoming the norm and machine learning taking the top spot in every organizational agenda, talent leaders are facing challenges like never before. We anticipate more disruption, more need for agility, more scarcity of talent, more need for reskilling, and a lot more. This trend is expected to continue next year as well.

How Companies Can Become a Magnet For Talent

SmartSearch

Conversely, companies are adding jobs at a rapid rate with many positions remaining open for long periods of time due to a lack of (qualified) individuals to fill these roles, and expectations are that the talent shortage is not getting any better. This takes effort on the part of the company, yet many still hesitate to have a recruiting presence on social. It’s always a good time to implement new, more effective strategies and tactics in your recruiting efforts.

Diversity in 2018: 3 Things Recruiting and HR Pros Need To Know

Recruiting Blogs

Many of us in the talent space have been poring over LinkedIn’s 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report in recent weeks, and with good reason: It’s packed with interesting, forward-looking data and helpful insights. Based on interviews with industry experts and a survey of almost 9,000 recruiters & hiring managers from around the world, the report covers “the four ideas changing how you hire”, and it details the biggest initiatives in talent acquisition right now.

How to Find Candidates with the Communication Skills of the Future

Spark Hire

Communication skills are always in-demand, but since the ways we communicate change, recruiters aren’t always looking for the same old skills from candidates. To get you ahead of the game, we asked recruiting experts about the most important communication trends impacting the workplace in the near future. Based off those trends, they have predictions about the communication skills you should start looking for now.

The Lofty Ambitions of The World’s First Recruiting Assistant

Social Talent

SmartRecruiters has gone where no recruiting technology company has gone before… SmartRecruiters has recently launched the latest addition to its Talent Acquisition Suite: Recruiting Assistant. Using the latest developments in data science, Recruiting Assistant enables companies to find their ideal fit, faster, freeing up recruiting capacity and reducing wasted ad spend. The recruiters are ready and waiting.

LinkedIn Integrates Diversity Insights Into All of Its Talent Solutions

Linkedin Talent Blog

Building diverse and inclusive teams is the No. 1 talent priority for HR and talent acquisition professionals, according to the Global Recruiting Trends 2018 report. Research shows that diversity is tied directly to company culture and financial performance. In fact, LinkedIn data shows that 78% of companies prioritize diversity to improve culture and 62% do so to boost financial performance.

The 4 Trends Changing How You Hire in 2018 and Beyond

Linkedin Talent Blog

Hiring talent has become highly transactional. It’s time for a new era of recruiting that focuses on the more gratifying parts of the job — the human part, the strategic part. Today we are excited to share the 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report , revealing the four big hiring trends that are doing just that — killing the transaction, making hiring more strategic, and letting recruiters and hiring managers focus on discovering high-potential talent.

4 Exciting Recruiting Trends In 2018 [Infographic]

Jane Hart

In terms of recruiting trends, 2017 was the year of AI and automation technologies , unconscious bias and workplace diversity, and candidate experience in recruiting. Here are my top 4 recruiting trends for 2018 summarized in an infographic. In 2017, 56% of recruiting teams predicted their hiring volume would increase. Top performing recruiters, on the other hand, were 150% more efficient.

LinkedIn’s Head of Recruiting Gives His Take on the Top Hiring Trends for 2018

Linkedin Talent Blog

Over 9,000 talent leaders and hiring manager across the globe shared their opinions about the top trends that will impact hiring this year. The top 4, as featured in our Global Recruiting Trends report , are: diversity, new interviewing tools, data, and artificial intelligence. That’s why we invited Brendan Brown , the head of Recruiting at LinkedIn, to share his perspective and walk us through what’s so special about these trends.

HR Conferences to Attend in 2019

Ongig

A new year is upon us which means a fresh list of HR conferences and recruiting events. With the HR industry thriving more than ever we’re seeing a significant uptick in events from our list of HR conferences in 2018. Social Recruiting Strategies Conference (Jan. Content strategy for talent acquisition. Video campaigns for talent attraction. Measuring the success of talent attraction. Recruiting Trends & Talent Tech (Feb.

Entelo's 10 Most Read Articles of 2018

Entelo

If the 2018 Recruiting Trends Report is any indication, this year has been a big one for recruiting automation. The most successful talent teams have already begun to separate themselves from the pack by leveraging AI within their recruiting process– hiring great-fit, diverse talent faster and more efficiently than the competition. Take a look to see what else was top of mind for our readers in 2018: 1.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

Ongig

There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. Ongig, of course, has its own recruiting blog — you’re reading it right now! This includes general HR blogs, recruiting blogs, talent acquisition blogs, employer branding blogs and more. Recruiting Blog.

How to Structure your Digital Interview Candidate Experience

Spark Hire

percent of talent acquisition pros in our 2018 Growth Hiring Trends in the United States report told us they’re adding digital interviews to their strategy this year. As an in-house hiring professional, you have two main goals: impress candidates and bring dedicated, talented new hires to your team. Give a glimpse of diversity. To appropriately mold the diversity of your company, it’s important to express what diversity means to your current team.

2019 Recruiting Automation Trends– Join the Conversation Today!

Entelo

Every year, Entelo surveys thousands of Talent Acquisition professionals to uncover the leading trends in recruiting technologies, best practices, and initiatives. In the 2018 Recruiting Trends Report , some of the most interesting (and surprising) findings included: Recruiters spend an average of 13 hours/week sourcing candidates for one role. On average, recruiters reference 7.8

Is LinkedIn Really All it’s Cracked up to be When Predicting The Future of Recruitment?

Social Talent

Well, we took a look back at the 2017 predictions for the future of recruitment. . Based on answers from 4000 talent acquisition (collected in 2016) LinkedIn began to put a perspective shape to the future of recruitment in 2017. 37% of TA leaders consider recruiting more diverse candidates to be one of the most crucial impacts on the future of recruitment. Source: LinkedIn Talent Blog. Source: LinkedIn Talent Blog.

3 Difficult Diversity Lessons From Yelp, Airbnb, and Deloitte

Linkedin Talent Blog

Over 80% talent acquisition leaders and hiring managers say that diversity will be the most important trend shaping the future of recruiting, according to LinkedIn’s Global Recruiting Trends 2018 (coming out in January). This is no surprise, as studies show that diversity of thought and background improve team’s performance. Yelp found that blind hiring tactics didn't help increase diversity, but targeted campus recruiting did.

Top 11 Recruiting events every recruiter must attend in 2019

Recruiting Blogs

Being a recruiter is awesome only if you update yourself with the latest technology and trends. We have listed a few recruitment events that you should attend to know what’s happening in the market and what are the latest technologies that will be helpful for you to hire the best talent. Social Recruiting Strategies Conference (SRSC): The first recruitment conference that you should attend in Jan is SRSC.

15 LinkedIn Features That Help You Get Ahead of This Year's Biggest Hiring Trends

Linkedin Talent Blog

Diversity, data, and artificial intelligence are three of the biggest hiring trends this year, according to our recently released 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report. What’s exciting is that these three movements in recruiting are making the profession more strategic and are letting you focus on what truly matters—building relationships. Reach more diverse and high-demand talent with Pipeline Builder.

300+ Women Leaders in HR! These Women in HR Bring a Unique Blend of People & Strategic Skills.

CakeHR

Even though HR is known to be a female dominated profession, there’s still much room for improvement in the top C-suite positions, especially when it comes to closing the gender pay gap (something we will know in more detail following data received from the Equal Pay Day 2018 deadline). International Women’s Day 2018 campaign theme: #PressforProgress. Allison Kruse , Director of Social Media | Employer Branding | Content Strategy | Talent Acquisition | Digital Strategy.

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9 Essential Employment Brand Messages Candidates Want To Hear

Recruiting Blogs

While marketers have long been preoccupied with branding products and services, in a tightening labor market, talent acquisition professionals are increasingly recognizing the importance of being able to articulate a talent or employment brand that is designed to resonate with prospective candidates. Because talented job seekers have more employment options than ever, having an effective talent or employment brand has taken on more significance than ever.

3 Reasons Why People Analytics Should Be a Priority for Every HR Team

Linkedin Talent Blog

One of the findings shared in LinkedIn’s The Rise of Analytics in HR: An Era of Talent Intelligence is that over the last five years there has been a threefold increase in North American HR professionals who list either analytics skills or analytics keywords on their profiles. Companies that use talent analytics to support business decisions see an 82% higher three-year average profit than their counterparts , according to an industry study by Bersin by Deloitte.

7 Lessons for HR Professionals from 'Hamilton'

Linkedin Talent Blog

And embedded in the show’s many delightful history lessons are a number of enduring lessons for recruiters and HR professionals. Recruit for potential, not pedigree. The public house meeting is fictionalized but the diverse backgrounds of the country’s pioneering patriots is not.

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Why Recruiters Urgently Need to Prioritize Mobile Experiences

Glassdoor for Employers

You’ve probably heard it at talent acquisition conferences , in industry articles and maybe even from your boss: mobile recruiting is on the rise, and it’s time to adapt. But new Glassdoor research has shown that mobile use in the job search isn’t just around the corner — it is decidedly here now, and companies that aren’t focusing on making the best possible mobile experience for interested job seekers are missing out on a significant portion of the talent pool.