Talent Acquisition - It's All About Keeping Up With The Times

Talent Acquisition – It’s All About Keeping Up With The Times

02/23/2016

It’s no secret that we’re in the midst of a candidate-driven market. Candidates have more choices than ever, so employers must break from the norm. Some hiring managers are raising red flags, but the smarter ones are viewing this as a talent acquisition opportunity. Getting ahead of the curve, and involving technology in your recruiting efforts is key.
 

4 trending talent acquisition topics to get ahead of the curve:

 

Candidate Experience by Design: Applying UX To Recruiting.

Since almost every job search happens online, there’s really no difference between candidate experience and UX anymore. We must accept that today’s job search and recruiting process happens exclusively online, for every position, for every candidate, for every sector (save the oddest of outliers). 9 UX Principles for Hiring Success

 
 
 
 
 

6 Ways to Recruit Superstar Talent to Your New Company

Recruiting in today’s ultra-competitive job market is tough and success can often hinge on the team that you already have in place. Some sources suggest that in the start-up world the team is second only to timing when it comes to recruiting. The team is more important than the idea, the business model, and funding. 6 ways…

 

How Employers Are Wasting Time/Money To Recruit New Hires

With over 100 occupations in the U.S. currently posting more jobs than actual hires month over month, according to CareerBuilder, the war for talent is on. So you would think employers would be scrambling to figure out the best ways to lure talent, especially considering that millennials who will make up 75% of the workforce in the next decade are itching for their next career opportunity. Read more…

 

Cover Letters Are Dead And Other 2016 Recruiting Trends

Almost every cover letter says the same thing – it says ‘Here’s my resume, and here’s why I’m qualified for your job opening.’ No one has time to read cover letters, because the contents of the cover letter are so unlikely to make the manager’s heart beat faster that he or she doesn’t invest the twenty seconds it would take to scan the cover letter. Read more…

 



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