Hiring is always a challenge but nonprofit organizations face additional hurdles when searching for great employees. While it’s a fulfilling endeavor working for an NPO, NGO, or another type of 501(c)(3) organization, it’s a vastly different experience than being an employee of a for-profit business.
However, hiring is a large part of the operations of NPOs, especially as they grow and progress toward their goals. According to Nonprofit Quarterly, an estimated 14.4 million Americans work in the sector as of 2013.
More information: https://recruiterbox.com/blog/how-nonprofits-npos-can-hire-great-employees/
Talking with business owners, recruiters and other HR professionals, we have realized that many of them have the same two questions: “Which recruiting tool should I buy? Recruitment Marketing software or ATS?” The problem is that many of them, besides not knowing the difference between the two, don’t know that there are 2-in-1 solutions that offer both.
More information: http://www.recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/which-hr-tool-to-invest-in-ats-or-recruitment-marketing-platform?xg_source=activity
The holiday season can be a challenging period to find motivation or time for work in between company parties and vacation time. Human resources teams can especially feel busy this time of year as they are tasked with end-of-year responsibilities like bonuses, vacation time, and maintaining company morale and company culture. That being said, somewhere in between the holiday season and New Years might be exactly the right time to get a jump start on the year ahead.
More information: http://www.recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/hr-people-how-to-be-productive-during-the-holiday-season
Even when your firm works with the very best recruitment agency and uses the most suitable hiring software, it’s not impossible to end up with two highly capable candidates who seem evenly matched.
In a situation like this, you will need to act fast to snap up at least one of these fantastic candidates. So, what factors will enable you to differentiate between the two?
More information: http://www.webrecruit.co.uk/employer-blog/hr-professional/so-you-have-two-amazing-candidates-how-can-you-choose-between-them
The recruitment of new employees is a necessarily multi-faceted process – doing things the same old familiar ways, drawing upon the same old staff with the same old skills, likely won’t deliver your company the great hiring results that you need to get ahead in your industry.
So, here are just three things that you should do when recruiting staff.
More information: http://www.webrecruit.co.uk/employer-blog/hr-professional/3-things-that-you-need-to-do-when-recruiting-staff
Picking out the right recruitment software may initially seem as straightforward as asking what your hiring team’s current pain points are, and which solution best addresses them.
However, it’s not always as simple as that – not least as many employers seeking out the best software package can be easily wooed by a particular platform’s long features list, losing sight of the bigger picture in the process.
More information: http://www.webrecruit.co.uk/employer-blog/recruitment-tech/3-questions-to-ask-about-that-talent-management-software-youre-considering
With many people longing to work for charities and make a positive impact as part of their job, you might think that recruiting within the non-profit sector would be easy.
However, when it comes to finding the right talent for their organisations, HR teams within charities are faced with many challenges.
More information: http://www.webrecruit.co.uk/employer-blog/recruitment-tech/5-benefits-recruitment-software-can-deliver-to-non-profits
In recruiting terms, “poaching” is a dramatic way to say hiring current or former employees from a competitor or similar company. You have open roles that call for certain experience and knowledge and a person who already works in your industry likely has the attributes you’re looking for.
However, many recruiters wonder if poaching is an ethical hiring practice. Aren’t you helping someone betray the employer who has invested so much in them by convincing them to jump ship?
More information: https://recruiterbox.com/blog/poaching-employees-is-it-ethical-to-hire-from-your-competitors/
Online recruitment has revolutionized the recruitment industry that benefits both employer and job seekers and ultimately accelerates the recruitment process. Thus online recruitment is the era of quick hiring where employers can get quickly the potential talent. Online recruitment today is indispensable for recruiters and employers who use job portals as the primary source for headhunting, although this is a traditional hiring method but still its work, so job portals and career sites are the two edges of the recruitment equalizer.
More information: http://www.recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/five-benefits-of-online-recruitment
If, like many an employer, you’ve worked with a fair few recruitment agencies in your time, the likelihood is that you will have also talked to them a lot about ‘candidate fit’. It’s often said that you should ‘hire for fit, train for skills’, and it’s not a bad philosophy for your company to have.
So, what are the specific qualities that indicate a certain candidate is a great ‘fit’ for your company?
More information: http://www.webrecruit.co.uk/employer-blog/hr-professional/5-of-the-best-signs-of-candidate-fit