Many of us are having to confront a new reality in which remote work and social distancing are either mandatory or highly encouraged. At Lever, we’ve decided to move to a fully remote model for interviewing, and we anticipate that this already is — or soon may be — the case for many of you.
We’ve already seen this shift with our customers, who have increased their usage of Zoom interviews by 50% in the last 3 weeks.
Read more at: https://www.lever.co/zoom-upgrade/
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.
We do live in unprecedented times. If someone would tell me a month ago that the borders of my country would be closed I would have to laugh. It’s a reality now. I had some discussions with some recruiters about possible impacts on the recruitment industry. This situation nudged me to think about a lot of things. An example could be how we as recruiters do our job. If you are a recruiter the impact of coronavirus on recruitment will depend on two aspects.
Read more at: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/coronavirus-as-a-recruitment-challenge
More and more of the smartest people in the HR industry are sharing their best practices through insightful interviews via podcasts. Whether you’re on your morning commute or working out in the gym, these podcasts are a great way to stay up to date on the latest in everything from people analytics to hr software.
Read more at: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/100-top-hr-and-recruiting-podcasts
How will recruiting technology change the hiring process?
The recruitment process is evolving. This means that everything considered so-called ‘traditional‘ will morphe into a new and advanced process.
Recruiting technology is the technological process that occurs within talent acquisition. Designed to complete tasks automatically rather than manually. This can be achieved through IT implementation and the usage of automation and AI to carry out recruitment tasks.
Read more at: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/5-ways-recruiting-technology-will-change-the-hiring-process
In the last decade, the ways recruiters find qualified candidates has changed dramatically. Job search sites have automated much of the posting process employers use to find applicants. Fortunately, the same technology helps automate the recruiting process, freeing up your time for other business tasks.
Just how can recruiting efficiency be improved while also maintaining a high-quality candidate pool? Here are some tips for using automation to improve efficiency and get ahead.
Read more at: https://recruitmentjuice.com/blog/how-recruiters-can-use-automation-to-improve-efficiency/
Hiring remote employees is nothing new to the workforce. This hiring process has grown tremendously over the years as businesses learn about the benefits of hiring workers remotely. As with anything, there are both advantages and disadvantages to hiring remote workers. When it comes to the IT industry, however, the benefits seem to far outnumber the setbacks.
Read more at: https://recruitingdaily.com/how-to-hire-remote-developers-in-2020/
By design, artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms make decisions which generally require a human level of expertise. When it comes to employment, AI can be used to help find and hire the best talent.
AI can reduce recruiting workloads by locating qualified candidates, improving recruiter response times, and even help recruiters anticipate skill gaps and talent shortages. More advanced uses include using facial recognition to secure video interviews or using chatbots to answer questions that enrich the candidate or associate experience.
Read more at: https://recruitingdaily.com/combining-ai-with-the-human-touch-to-eliminate-bias-in-sourcing-recruiting-and-hiring/
Despite the presence of numerous new-age digital tools and effective recruitment models, hiring top industry talent is still considered to be an uphill challenge by the majority of modern companies. The worst part is that the cutthroat competition for skilled applicants has made it even harder for recruiters to reach out to prospective candidates. Since the present-day employment market is majorly driven by candidates, most HR professionals concur to the fact that successfully hiring the right individuals for open job posts requires an enormous amount of effort and time.
Read more at: https://www.naukrirms.com/blog/how-to-overcome-hiring-challenges-in-2020/
Quality of hire is a vital measure of how well your talent sourcing strategy is doing, but have you actually got your finger on the pulse? The endless hustle and bustle of recruitment and urgency to fill open roles can lead to some corner-cutting and oversight.
Pressure from hiring managers to improve time to hire and cost per hire can make busy recruiters adopt a haphazard approach to talent sourcing.
Read more at: https://blog.recruitee.com/failing-at-talent-sourcing/