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Attract the Best Candidates with Employer Branding

ViziRecruiter

In a candidate-driven market , it’s extremely important to hone in on your employer brand to attract the best talent. Quality candidates seek out employers and organizations that fit their skill set and also their values. Companies with a strong employer brand often attract the best and brightest talent because they clearly communicate who they are, and what they stand for. Make hiring a team sport.

5 Steps to a Successful Employer Branding Strategy

Hundred5

Seeing how it’s one of the most effective ways to get lots of high-quality applicants, here are a few great employer branding strategies you can use for your company, coupled with some examples to get you inspired. Evaluating your current employer brand Before deciding on a strategy for the future, you need to assess where you stand at the moment and find out what it takes to move where you want to be. Make your employer branding strategy into a story.

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How to Create an Inclusive Employment Brand to Attract Women in Automotive

Hireology

Below, we’ve pulled together several ways dealers can make employment brands more inclusive to attract quality women in automotive. It’s important to regularly review your job descriptions to assess the tone and word choice, ensuring the descriptions appeal to a diverse set of job seekers. With many job seekers considering work-life balance to be a top benefit when deciding whether or not to accept a job, your dealership should be more flexible when it comes to scheduling.

Ace tech recruiting: advice from recruiters and candidates

Workable

This way, you’re establishing a relationship with candidates – effectively, building your brand in their eyes – and, when the right thing comes up, or when they’re looking for a job opportunity, they’ll be more receptive when they hear from you. Market your employer brand.

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Common Fallacies in a Recruitment Process [checklist included]

Recruitee

Actually, a careers site is a powerhouse for your employer brand. It’s where candidates check first and foremost to get to know you as an employer. It’s great to have a careers site with your logo and photos shining with your employer brand. With a nice careers site AND decent job descriptions, candidates will be impressed with my employer brand and apply – you think – they will have a great candidate experience thanks to my great employer brand.

3 Industries Providing Recruitment Marketing Inspiration

Rally Recruitment Marketing

More and more organizations are hiring Recruitment Marketing professionals and launching employer brand programs. Sports. Many of the students then took a screenshot of their Snapchat acceptance and shared it with the rest of their network, amplifying the school’s brand reach.

How to Conduct a Virtual Interview

SmartRecruiters

A job interview is when an employer or representative of an employer interviews a job applicant to determine whether or not they’re a good culture fit and have the skills and previous experience required for the position. Hiring works best when you treat it as a team sport.

How to Build an Employee Recognition Program

Achievers - Recruiting

Think back to the last sports movie you watched. In these systems, employers distribute a set number of points to each employee that they can give to colleagues alongside their recognition. Gift cards are by far the most common form of reward—nearly three-quarters of employers offer it.

The Importance of Balance for Today’s Always-On Workforce

Jobvite

At Jobvite, balance is at the heart of our employer brand. Most policies related to rest and balance allow people to unlock greater benefits the longer they’re with the company. What do you get when you combine a career-driven, always-on society with a global pandemic?

Will 2020 Be a Repeat of 2019? Experts Weigh In

Recruiting Daily Advisor

They were some of the most common topics employers discussed throughout 2019 and for the latter half of the past decade. Adam Roston, CEO of on-demand gig worker staffing platform Bluecrew , provides a list of key trends employers can expect in 2020.

What do experts think about the remote work trends in 2020?

Devskiller

At companies where the forced remote employment experiment is working, the leadership team will recognize that embracing remote work has its competitive advantages for attracting and keeping talent. . Remote work will give employers better opportunities to find highly-skilled employees. . “I

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The Importance of Balance for Today’s Always-On Workforce

Jobvite

At Jobvite, balance is at the heart of our employer brand. Most policies related to rest and balance allow people to unlock greater benefits the longer they’re with the company. What do you get when you combine a career-driven, always-on society with a global pandemic?

8 creative recruitment strategies to attract and evaluate candidates

Workable

In addition to advertising your job openings, mainstream social networks can help you build a strong employer brand and reach a broad audience. Here are some examples: CarGurus , a car research and shopping website, organizes in-house and external events to meet with potential candidates, including inviting them to attend sports games. Playing “hide and seek” with potential candidates could be a fun way to create a buzz around your job openings, if it suits your brand.

The Business Case for a Professional Reference Checking Software

MyRecruitmentPlus

Reference checking is incredibly underutilized as it’s seen as a tedious and time-consuming task for busy HR teams, which is why this pre-employment check often slips through the cracks. . Same for the second place of employment… and third! .

An Essential Guide For Building An Effective Student Program

Recruiting Blogs

Benefits of Student Ambassador Program. Promoting Company Brand. According to a report conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), employer branding is rated as the most important aspect of the recruiting program.

How a World Cup Star Was Discovered Using Data—and What It Means for Recruiters

Linkedin Talent Blog

But there is a lesson for talent acquisition teams of all kinds in how the the sport has successfully used talent analytics to recruit. In the same way that a soccer club can benefit from looking at data that goes beyond just goals and assists, talent acquisition teams can benefit from looking at metrics that go beyond time to fill and quality of hire. As you and nearly a billion other people settle in to watch Sunday’s World Cup final, pay particular attention to No.

8 Pressing Recruitment News Stories We Need to Discuss this Week – 27th June 2016

Social Talent

The decision has since sparked nationwide and worldwide debate on the impact this will have on a variety of issues including employment, the economy and life in the UK. Recruitment & Employment Confederation. A further, prolonged period of doubt will do little to encourage employers who have already delayed making hiring decisions to come off the fence. In recruitment news this week: Brexit and the Recruitment Industry: Where do we go from here?

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HR Roles & Responsibilities: 5 Roles Modern HR Professionals Play

Recruiting Blogs

Organizations are now shifting their perspective from the dry printout review process that computed and assessed employee performance, happiness and engagement in a particular way. Gone are the days when organizations used to rely on 3, 6 or 12 month review sessions to assess the performance and happiness of their workforce. Today, more than ever, organizations want a diverse workforce that can make their employer brand stronger.

Once In A (Recruiting) Lifetime: This is 40.

Recruiting Daily

I’m sure that, were things a little different, I’d be out there test driving sports cars, signing up for skydiving lessons or whatever the hell it is men of my age generally do when they hit the big 4-0. As an aside, this need to win, win, win no matter what probably also explains my aversion to the ‘sport’ of jogging. Maybe that’s yoga, photography, sports, or something else important, like family.