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How to design a fully functional hiring process in IT

Devskiller

According to Global HR Research ,“66% of companies make a bad hiring decision each year”. . As Les McKeown, CEO of Predictable Success argues in a remarkable post How to Hire Great People – Every Time , “ the success of your business is in the hands of your people. In other words, bad hiring affects your organizational outcomes, big time. . Why are so many companies still making hiring mistakes, and can you prevent these mistakes from happening?

17 Crucial Recruiting Statistics for 2016

Beamery

Recruiting statistics. Doesn’t sound like the subject of a particularly exciting blog post does it? Looking at recruiting statistics helps us Understand how our industry is moving forward, pretty essential for guiding your outlook, strategy and decision-making process. Here are the HR and recruiting statistics and best practices that you need to know in 2016: Employer branding matters: the statistics. 2016 Hiring problems: the statistics.

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The Power of Belonging: Consumer vs. Candidate

Bayard

What is Brand Belonging to a consumer? According to IBM , Brand Belonging is “the set of experiences that fortify individuals’ sense of self through involvement in something greater than themselves.” What is Brand Belonging to a candidate? As organizations work towards a more efficient hiring model, it’s important not to make candidates guess when looking for a good fit. It’s time to activate your strongest employer brand asset, the people.

5 Ways to Turn Rejected Candidates Into Allies

Vervoe

Marketers know that your best brand allies are your employees. A study by Boston Consulting Group found that customers no longer separate the employer brand from the company’s product or service. One company discovered that by simply providing a better hiring experience, they could increase their profit margin significantly. Virgin Media dove into their hiring statistics to see that 18% of their rejected job candidates were also customers. Hiring