What can you really learn about your candidates by wading through tons of resumes?
Good recruiters know that a resume can only show you so much. A basic rundown of someone’s work history isn’t enough to determine a good fit, and if you want to learn more than that, you’ll have to invest a bit of time into investigating the candidate on your own.
Read more at: https://www.recruiter.com/i/new-ai-hiring-tools-are-helping-recruiters-peak-under-the-surface-of-a-resume/
What Is Candidate Engagement?
Candidate engagement is a lot like customer engagement — it centers on an organization developing an ongoing relationship with an individual.
But instead of encouraging people to buy, the goal of candidate engagement is more relational than transactional. Recruitment isn’t just about getting qualified candidates through the door; it’s about keeping them interested throughout the application process and helping them land a job they’ll love.
Read more at: https://goarya.com/blog/how-to-improve-candidate-engagement-using-ai/
Recruiters have no shortage of recruitment technology tools at their disposal. Figuring out which of those solutions is best suited to streamline their hiring procedures, however, does require some upfront investigation.
During that research, most recruiters uncover one thing: It’s a combination of platforms, software, and processes — and not one solution — that will provide the support they need.
Consider the duo of automation and artificial intelligence, for example. Each tool thrives when used to maximize the other’s value.
Read more at: https://goarya.com/blog/how-to-decide-on-the-right-tech-for-your-recruitment-goals/
Measuring ROI is always somewhat tricky, but it becomes even more difficult when trying to determine the return associated with recruitment tools. These solutions might seem like they’re streamlining things on the surface, but you may still be questioning how to quantify its effectiveness — and rightfully so. Some tools are iterative and others are transformative.
Part of the mystery falls on the recruiting industry itself. In sales, you can gauge the value of software by tracking the new opportunities it adds to the pipeline or the number of converted leads.
Read more at: https://goarya.com/blog/3-things-to-consider-when-determining-the-roi-of-recruitment-software/
It’s not always easy making a connection with top talent in person. Most often, they happen in speedy small talk at career fairs, off-hand conversations at industry conferences, or formal sit-downs during the hiring process. It’s important, however, that recruiters are able to make the most of these moments so that they can attract and hire the best talent for their company.
Read more at: https://theundercoverrecruiter.com/how-recruiters-can-attract-top-candidates-in-person/
It’s no surprise that digital transformation ranks number one in 7 Critical Strategies to Prepare for the Future of Human Resources, according to a recent article posted by SHRM. That’s why SHRM Hawaii leaders are partnering with TechForce Hawaii to deliver a strategic HR workshop this month, building on topics raised at TechForce Hawaii Conference & Expo which brought together thought leaders in business, technology and education to discuss tech workforce development transformation.
Read more at: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/embrace-technology-amp-analytics-prepare-for-the-future-of-hr
Technology is changing the way HR teams function. It’s making the hiring process easier by gathering and breaking down data to get an overall picture. With the new age technologies like AI and ML the whole HR industry is going digital and it is opening the door to a whole new world of possibility for the recruitment industry. The new technologies help Human Resources in various ways at all the stages such as recruitment, selection, hiring, onboarding, and employee management. So, let’s understand why there is a need for HR technology.
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You can’t achieve your business outcomes without achieving your goals when it comes to hiring and retaining top talent. According to LinkedIn, 70% of people are not actively looking for new jobs, but 87% of people are open to new opportunities. That means a huge opportunity for employers are willing to convince top talent to come and impact their great companies.
Read more at: https://www.lever.co/blog/10-ways-to-achieve-a-transformative-hiring-strategy/
Gamification has received a lot of airtime lately, and for good reason – the benefits of gamification in the workplace range from higher employee engagement and participation to increased creativity and knowledge retention. In fact, in one recent study, 90% of employees experienced increased productivity in a gamified work environment.
However, successfully deploying a gamification initiative requires that you reward the right behaviors – as these will become the best practices for your team.
Read more at: https://blog.entelo.com/how-gamification-can-transform-your-recruiting-team
Owing to the unceasing war for talent, the majority of the recruiters agree that it has become rather difficult to attract and hire well-qualified candidates in today’s highly competitive job market. Businesses around the globe are making the switch from traditional hiring methods to AI-based recruiting solutions to succeed in their hunt for talented candidates and fill open job roles within the company. For this reason, you should also step up your hiring game by modernizing recruiting tactics in order to win the race for top talent without putting in any extra endeavors.
Read more at: https://www.naukrirms.com/blog/how-can-applicant-tracking-system-improve-candidate-reach/