Companies worldwide are leveraging their social media platforms to build their employer brands and create fun, laid-back content that attracts potential candidates. With the following strategies, organizations can drive interest in their next hiring campaigns.
In 2016 Harvard Business Review published an article that listed the usual reasons why people quit their jobs: "because they don’t like their boss, don't see opportunities for promotion or growth, or are offered a better gig (and often higher pay)1."
The iCIMS "Class of 2021 Report" presents the results of an April 2021 survey conducted among HR professionals and college seniors to discover the best ways to attract, engage, hire, and advance Generation Z talent. This talent pool presents a great opportunity, but to leverage it HR leaders should keep in mind some key points from the iCIMS report as they evaluate existing hiring processes and match them to these recent graduates' expectations.
Chatbots (or digital assistants) have been around for a while, but their use has soared in recent years, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, and is expected to climb even higher. Not only are these AI-powered automated software robots rapidly growing smarter, but they're also becoming increasingly capable of handling recruitment tasks such as answering job seekers' questions, prescreening candidates, and scheduling interviews.
In response to the lockdown measures of 2020, virtual recruitment went from "nice to have" to "need to have" seemingly overnight. As talent teams use innovative recruitment software to transform the ad hoc solutions of 2020 into long-term strategies for the future, they are paying particular attention to virtual recruitment for several reasons: