Attracting and recruiting talent requires well-crafted Recruitment Marketing content that provides candidates with an authentic window into your company culture and answers important questions that keep them moving along their candidate journey.
There are two key challenges I have been hearing lately from practitioners who are trying to create, manage and scale up their Recruitment Marketing content:
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Nowadays, job seekers have a plethora of options to choose from in the job market. They also have access to tools and platforms that make their search for jobs easier than decades ago. One core contributor to such a change is mobile technology.
According to mobile traffic statistics, 62% of all internet users access the internet from their mobile devices. What’s more, 61% of the searches on Google (the largest search engine) come from mobile.
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Recruitment Marketing is the way toward pulling in and supporting skilled people to your organization by promoting or marketing to them. The principal objective of recruitment marketing is to drive people to apply to the open positions your organization has available. Recruitment marketing is the starting phase of talent acquisition
Recruitment marketing can be streamlined by founding recruitment marketing automation programs and software, for example, Evalground and their applicant tracking software C-Track.
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To catch the eyes of top talent, this telecommunications company revisited and revamped its EVP, generating innovative strategies for reaching prospective candidates.
Sarah Dovlo is VP Global Employer Branding & HR Marketing at Deutsche Telekom.
Job boards have always been and remain to be an important tool for recruiting candidates. But what we do need to address is our over-dependency on them. Running straight to boards as soon as we have a job on is an expensive strategy that drops us bang in the middle of a war for top talent.
So, how can you be more strategic when advertising your jobs?
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The 2020 Talent Acquisition Budget Season is upon us and I’m going to be discussing where you should be shifting your talent acquisition budget to make sure you get the greatest return on investment. Lower your cost per resume and applicant and dramatically increase the attention your brand gets in the marketplace. Now is the time that you can ensure that you get a dollar back for every penny you invest in 2020. If you wait until January it’ll be too late and the strategy will be set and the dollars allocated. So stick around cause we’re gonna get started Right Now.
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Mumbai is the city of dreams where many people came to make their dreams. People came for Jobs. Jobs are the critical factors in Mumbai. Without Job, you can’t stay at Mumbai. This is the reason that the Number of Recruitment Consultants in Mumbai are Opening day by day. Some Recruitment Consultants like Conscript.net, Atal Rojygar, and Talents hunter are performing their well in the market. This is only because of Digital Marketing Agency. They are promoting their business with the help of Digital Marketing Company in Mumbai.
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If you’ve ever worked in a startup, you know it can be a roller coaster. There are days you think you have everything figured out. And others where you’re left wondering if you have any clue what you’re doing.
This tweet from entrepreneur TK Kader says it all:
Read more at: http://blog.smashfly.com/2019/11/04/symphony-talent-smashfly-acquisition/
The beginning of the year saw the UK hit the lowest rate of unemployment in 44 years. The director of the Jobs Economist consultancy, John Philpott stated in an interview with the Guardian that, “Nobody seems to have told the labour market about the mood of Brexit-related economic uncertainty which has gripped the UK since last autumn.”
220,000 people entered the UK workforce between December 2018 and January 2019 which contributed to a record high employment total of 32.7 million.
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