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
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
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
So you’ve started a business and it’s grown to the point where you need to hire other people to help you run it and grow it further. Being successful up to that point is always exciting and a cause for celebration, but hiring your first employee is a big step that may seem complicated for first-timers.
More information: https://recruitloop.com/blog/5-tips-for-hiring-your-first-employee/
Talent shortage it’s here and it’s real! For the first time in decades, we have more open jobs than workers to fill them. And although desperate times may call for desperate measure, you shouldn’t lose focus on whether or not your new staff is a good fit for your company’s culture or if they have the required skills.
Have a look on this stats that will help you go through it without panicking and look for creative solutions to not be affected:
More information: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/talent-shortage-stats-to-think-about
I realize that job role is often unclear at most companies, and the hiring process is usually fairly broken, but I think it would make sense if we were a bit more honest about what exactly we expect from new hires.
Let me root some of this in research
A couple of important things to know at the beginning:
More information: https://recruitingdaily.com/we-need-to-be-honest-about-what-we-need-from-new-hires/
It’s the same thought all over: “Good talent is hard to find.”
However, why this old saw holds true for today’s employers varies. Candidates drive today’s market as unemployment is at a 30-year low, and 60 percent of job seekers are finding positions within two months of beginning their search. The truth is this: the market is tight for companies looking to attract and retain the best employees possible.
More information: https://ideal.com/blog/flawed-recruiting-tactics/
One of the smartest decisions a construction firm leader can make is to partner with a market master construction recruiter. Yet, some in the construction industry still assume that they can handle all of the hiring on their own. This can prove to be a costly mistake that results in poor hires and poor retention. The most effective candidate searches should begin with creating well-written job descriptions that attract construction candidates with proven success.
More information: https://thebirmgroup.com/6-common-signs-you-need-help-with-your-hiring-process/