These Are The Recruiting Trends You Can’t Afford To Ignore (And What to Do for Each)

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It’s critical that recruiting leaders realize the world of recruiting is now changing at the fastest pace in its history. . As a result, if you don’t want to get blindsided, you need to constantly monitor new industry movements, emerging trends, and their associated (and rapidly developing) “next practices.”. I estimate that in the past, a corporate recruiting function could go for nearly five years without a major transformation. Leadership Recruiting Trends

For Undergraduate Business Students, Recruiting Starts Earlier than Ever

Arya Recruiting Robotics

If you work in talent acquisition for the business industry, you might have noticed something different about the people you’ve been recruiting lately—they have probably been younger than people you’ve ever recruited before. This year, talent acquisition specialists from the financial, banking and consulting sectors ramped up their recruiting efforts for undergraduate business students, targeting students as early as their junior year of college.

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STEM Careers Sought by the Class of 2021

Recruiting Daily Advisor

There’s no time like the present to start recruiting college graduates. According to recruiting software and talent acquisition solutions provider, Oleeo, some companies are attracting up to 90,000 college graduate applications across several different program types (intern, co-op, graduate, seasonal placements, etc.). Focused Student Recruiting Trends for 2018. Here are some of the key findings: Campus Recruiting Challenges and Solutions.

Top Recruitment Strategies to Attract College Grads [Infographic]

Yoh

It's never too early or too late in the year to map out a college graduate recruitment strategy. Use this Infographic to reveal the latest hiring trends to help you develop a college recruiting strategy that works. Recruiting Trends Hiring Tips Infographic

Oldie but Goodie: Mobile in Recruiting: What Does That Mean?

SmashFly

On occasion we will share these posts to show how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go with recruitment marketing as an industry. This is no more present than in recruiting. Your recruiting team is on the move more than ever and having tools in place to help them manage, capture and engage with candidates is very important. Let’s take a look at a few of the different areas where mobile can provide real value to your recruitment marketing strategy.

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. Top 3 HR/recruitment blog posts.

Why Your Job Postings Suck (And What You Can Do About It).

Recruiting Daily

See, recently, my role has focused more on sourcing than recruiting, which has been a recurring theme throughout my career, with the line between these two continuously shifting from req to req, client to client. Without a JD, of course, there’s a chance that no matter how you’re communicating with potential candidates, if you’re recruiting just in time you’re likely wasting both your times.

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). Yelp found that blind hiring tactics didn't help increase diversity, but targeted campus recruiting did. Another initiative proved much more effective—expanding the company’s on-campus recruitment efforts.

Recruiting Sales Leaders and 9 More of the Biggest Challenges Startups are Facing

Linkedin Talent Blog

Whether you recruit for, work at a startup, or are thinking of starting your own company, the report can help you benchmark against the industry and understand where there is room for improvement. Recruitment and hiring. Most founders (56%) said it was easier to recruit talent in 2017 than 2016. One possible reason for easier hiring could be the increasingly accessible and useful pool of data at recruiters’ fingertips, lending to smarter hiring decisions.