Achieving workplace diversity was the top priority for employers in 2018.
The first step in building a diverse workforce is to hire more diversified candidates.
According to LinkedIn’ survey of 9,000 talent leaders and hiring managers across the globe, the number one global recruiting trend was diversity.
More information: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/10-ways-to-attract-and-hire-diverse-candidates
Unfortunately, most employer neglect exit interviews and surveys. In the current candidate driven job market, it is understandable that most employer rush into recruiting to find a suitable replacement.
However, conducting exit interviews or surveys is a crucial part of the offboarding process, both for the departing employee and the employer. Exit interviews provide closure for both parties.
More information: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/top-25-questions-you-should-ask-in-your-exit-interviews-and
You will have probably seen the good, fast, cheap triangle. The dilemma is that you can only choose two. You’re forced to choose speed, quality or cost. Something that is good and cheap will not be fast. Cheap and fast, not good. Good and fast, not cheap. This is true when it comes to hiring and your recruitment metrics.
This is why we have divided your most common recruitment metrics into three categories: speed, quality, and cost.
More information: https://blog.recruitee.com/recruitment-metrics-guide/
With the new year upon us, you’re probably starting to think of different recruitment techniques that will help move the dial for your company in 2019. Looking back at the last few years, there’s been a definite shift toward the importance of employer branding, smart inbound recruitment, improving the candidate experience, and using big data and AI to find the right candidate.
As the technology needed to streamline these modern recruiting techniques becomes more sophisticated, expect each of these trends to become more prominent this year.
More information: https://blog.recruitee.com/recruitment-techniques/
You’re sick of seeing the same old “trends” floating around year after year. And you don’t think 2019 HR trends will be any different. How is it a “trend” if it hasn’t changed from the year before? Well, these 2019 HR trend predictions are the result of reaching out to the experts. We asked them to come up with something unique. Something innovative. Something that they believe will actually change the way you go about your recruitment in 2019.
More information: https://blog.recruitee.com/2019-hr-trends/
If all of your employees were happy all of the time, running a company would be a lot easier. Unfortunately, odds are, at least one of your employees will ultimately become dissatisfied with their job and bring a bad attitude into the workplace. These problem employees can be deadly for team morale and company productivity. According to a recent survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more employees are quitting their jobs and they’re coming from a wide variety of industries. As leaders, it is essential that you know the pulse of your organization, as the cost to the business is staggering and the future viability of the company could be at-risk.
More information: https://www.talentnow.com/signs-of-unhappy-employees/
From last-minute gift hunting to wrapping up work before the office closes, the holiday season can contain as much stress and chaos as it does magic and joy. And that’s especially true if you’re a recruiter trying to meet your year-end hiring goals, keep candidates engaged, plan for next year, and more.
To keep your sanity, it’s a good idea to take some you time by kicking back with a great holiday movie.
More information: https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/recruiting-humor-and-fun/2018/5-holiday-movies-that-are-secretly-all-about-recruiting
In the United States this year, job attrition reached its highest rate since records began in 2000. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals that 3.5 million people voluntarily left their jobs in October — a quit rate of 2.3%. And with the number of open jobs exceeding the number of unemployed people by almost a million, it’s a candidate’s market out there.
More information: https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/employee-retention/2018/job-quit-rates-are-soaring-5-tactics-to-keep-your-employees
Some 85% of the jobs that today’s students will be doing in 2030 haven’t been invented yet. The big question for talent acquisition teams everywhere: What will those jobs be?
It turns out that many of these jobs will spin off from technologies that are emerging today — drones, alternative energy, autonomous cars, and cryptocurrencies and blockchain developments, for starters.
More information: https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/future-of-recruiting/2018/12-jobs-you-will-be-recruiting-for-in-2030
Being a recruiter is awesome only if you update yourself with the latest technology and trends. Do you agree with this or not? This is why you must attend events.
We have listed a few recruitment events that you should attend to know what’s happening in the market and what are the latest technologies that will be helpful for you to hire the best talent.
Let’s have a look at the top conferences that you should attend in 2019.
More information: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/top-11-recruiting-events-every-recruiter-must-attend-in-2019