Recruitment Trends That Are Still Relevant in 2020

Ideal

Consider recruiting as a function in 2010. What’s interesting now is that the entire profile of “what” exactly a recruiter is has evolved. That said, what can we project for the rest of 2020 in recruiting, even under that cloud of uncertainty? enabler for recruiters.

Oldie but Goodie: The Time for Talent Analytics in Recruitment is NOW

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. Talent Analytics is one of the biggest trends in today’s HR. And while I could write more about this, I think it’s a better use of our time to point to Josh Bersin’s great article before we begin, “Big Data in Human Resources, Talent Analytics Come to Age”. Why Recruitment Marketing Analytics?

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The Top Recruiting Trends to Look Out for in 2017

HireRabbit

The forecasts for the recruitment industry in 2017 look highly promising and incredibly competitive. To stay relevant and competitive, a recruiter always needs to stay up to date on the latest emerging trends in recruitment practices. Some items on this list aren’t entirely new; a few of these trends emerged in 2016 and will persist going into 2017. The rising popularity of these recruitment trends should come as no surprise to recruiters.

Oldie but Goodie: Source of Hire & Candidate Touchpoints

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. A single source of hire is unrealistic in today’s recruiting environment. A candidate today can interact with your company, employer brand and recruiting content in a number of different locations across the web and will do so when looking for a new job opportunity. Follow your Twitter profiles (recruiting, corporate, employee, etc.)

Data, Metrics, Analytics: The Hierarchy of Knowledge

SmashFly

I hear a lot about data, metrics and analytics. This is not to say that data, metrics and analytics are not incredibly important (I believe they are) but that there is a certain danger in not truly understanding what it means to be data-driven and what you should be looking to achieve with this knowledge. Most importantly, how can we make sure it becomes a consistent part of our evaluation and improvement of our talent acquisition strategies? What are Analytics?

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Do We Lose the Human Element with Recruitment Automation?

SmashFly

The other day I read an interesting post by Ken Forrester on LinkedIn, “Recruitment Automation Is The New Headhunting” It elicited a lot of great comments, some positive and some skeptical, on the use of marketing automation tactics in recruiting. One belief that I want to address is the thought that recruitment automation would take the “human element” out of recruiting. The Technologies of Talent Acquisition.

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Small, Medium, and Large: How HR Teams in Small and Medium Sized Businesses Benefit From Big Data

Hyrell

However, that doesn’t mean that HR teams at SMBs can’t benefit from data integration and analytics similar to what large organizations use. According to the SMB Group , only around 18% of small businesses and 57% of medium businesses currently use business intelligence and analytics solutions. HR expert Josh Bersin has suggested that “talent analytics” is a better term for big data applied to Human Resources. Hiring & Recruiting Trends Future of HR Big Data

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5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 1.31.15 to 2.6.15

SmashFly

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends. This week we’ll be covering employer branding, LinkedIn, systems integration, Talent Analytics and loyal employees. Continue Reading → The post 5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 1.31.15

These Are the 5 Types of Jobs with the Most Turnover

Linkedin Talent Blog

Sure, turnover can be stressful—but as we covered in our first piece on the industries and jobs with the highest turnover , being prepared can help you set expectations and plan ahead, whether you’re a recruiter sourcing candidates, an HR pro battling attrition, or a leader looking to step up your workforce planning. The functions that are top recruiting priorities for most companies—sales, operations, and engineering—all have above-average turnover. Talent Analytics

5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 1.31.15 to 2.6.15

SmashFly

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends. This week we’ll be covering employer branding, LinkedIn, systems integration, Talent Analytics and loyal employees. Recommended Webinar: Glassdoor on Recruitment Marketing 101 with Holland Dombeck and Matt Charney. This is huge for recruitment marketing solutions to integrate with the ATS.

LinkedIn Integrates Diversity Insights Into All of Its Talent Solutions

Linkedin Talent Blog

1 talent priority for HR and talent acquisition professionals, according to the Global Recruiting Trends 2018 report. Talent leaders and recruiters have shared that they need better insights to inform their companies diversity goals and identify diverse pools of talent – and they’re looking for scalable learning tools to empower their teams to be more inclusive. Plan realistic and inclusive diversity recruiting goals.

5 India Recruitment Trends That YOU NEED To Know

Social Talent

As a result, the demand for talent is increasing across many sectors to deliver rapid and sustained growth. Therefore, Indian recruiters will be facing significant pressure in attracting and retaining top talent. This seems to be a critical time for Indian recruiters to evolve and be as innovative and nimble as possible. Trend #1. This means Indian recruiting leaders must do more with less and invest wisely. Trend #2. Trend #3. Trend #4.