Ensuring candidate experience should be a must for every company, and as a recruiter, there are many ways on how you can do so through your recruitment system
"From the moment that you post job ads down to the onboarding recruitment process,"
writes Stacy Lee in
Business 2 Community
"you have the power to implement strategies and policies that could elevate the level of satisfaction that applicants get for them to be fully convinced to join your company.
In any part of these stages, you can modify your approach until you onboard and successfully hire candidates- avoiding drops along the way and giving you several opportunities to propel company growth on various fronts.
Before anything else, let's delve deeper into why a great candidate experience is important to consider first in your hiring process..."
It is common to wonder that HR does not have to do anything with digital marketing anyway.
Yogita Tulsiani writes
"These two verticals seem to be working in two completely different directions. However, with the popularity of social media and advanced technology, HR leaders are capitalizing on vast opportunities that digital marketing presents in searching for competent candidates and retaining the existing ones.
HRs have come a long way in infusing digital marketing strategies in their recruitment and other employee-related functions. For instance, the use of online job portals became a universal trend in the industry which has transitioned to using social media networks for quality talent. Nowadays, organizations are working extensively to stay on top of technological trends for training, recruitment and talent management..."
Great leaders are all about empowering others to be their best. Consider this expert advice on how CIOs and IT leaders can do just that
"Are you driving a digital transformation today?" asks
Bob Kantor in The Enterprisers Project
"Leading multiple agile teams to deliver new digital products and services? Designing new business models with your fellow senior executives and client partners? Seeking your next promotion?
If you are, then one of your most important leadership roles should be regularly coaching your staff to achieve consistently higher levels of performance. Here's why that's essential, and some advice on how to do it..."
In today's difficult economic climate, operational efficiency and cost-cutting are right at the top of the agenda for many businesses
"In today's difficult economic climate," writes Abigail Vaughan in
"it comes as no surprise that operational efficiency and cost-cutting are now right at the top of the agenda for many businesses.
As a result, payroll and HR departments often come under scrutiny, as business leaders attempt to understand where it might be possible to reduce overheads or prune back on both direct and indirect expenditure..."
COVID-19 sparked immediate change in the technology industry - and businesses have overhauled how they recruit, hire, and retain IT talent as a result
Sarah K. White writes in CIO
"The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every industry, fundamentally altering the way most organizations conduct daily business - and that includes how they recruit, hire, and retain IT talent.
Robert Half Technology surveyed more than 2,800 senior managers in the US to gauge the hiring and salary trends for 2021, as companies continue to contend with the pandemic, the resulting rise of remote work, and the need to fill key technical roles at a distance. From Robert Half's report, it appears that many COVID quick fixes are likely to stick around after the pandemic subsides, with 74% of more than 1,000 workers surveyed in the US saying they 'want to work remotely more frequently following the pandemic' - a desire that IT organizations are likely to have to keep in mind as the competition for top talent rages on..."
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