Hiring top talent requires strategy and precision in today’s talent wars. McKinsey estimates that by 2020 there will be a global shortage of approximately 85 million qualified workers.
Workers who develop their skills to keep up with the demands of our emerging high-tech world will be at a premium. At the same time, the hiring process is undergoing a seismic shift as it moves to include AI, automation and transforms into a customer service mindset with trust as the cornerstone.
More information: http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/changing-your-recruiting-style/
Of late, the concept of contract staffing or recruiting job candidates via third party staffing companies has gone up considerably in the Indian recruitment scenario. Businesses in India – domestic and multinational corporate have resorted to the idea of temp hiring and have started outsourcing recruitment via numerous staffing companies.
More information: https://www.thecareermuse.co.in/contract-staffing-rise-within-indian-workforce/
Ahead of our tech event I asked one of our exhibitors, Access RDB if they could share their thoughts on the upcoming trends in recruitment. I think this is a great blog from them.
We are always trying to understand what is coming in the future so we can prepare and be ready for it. There’s something unsettling about being caught unaware. We always want to be prepared.
More information: http://ukrecruiter.co.uk/2017/05/25/forward-facing-upcoming-trends-recruitment/
Imagine you’re a bright-eyed job seeker sending your résumé into the bowels of the world wide web. You get a call and, expecting the cheery voice of an HR professional on the other end, you hear the robotic voice of Siri asking about your five-year plan.
Rudimentary forms of artificial intelligence are all around us, but could this scenario really be in our future? Could AI tackle not only screening of resumes, but the entire recruitment process?
More information: https://www.smartrecruiters.com/blog/recruiter-bots-and-the-rise-of-ai-in-hr/
The recruitment industry is moving so quickly, it can be difficult to keep up. What are agencies most concerned about? What are their biggest priorities and goals? How do they feel about the economy? The future?
More information: http://www.bullhorn.com/au/blog/2017/05/recruitment-trends-numbers/
Moving into 2017, consider how your company can improve its recruitment strategy with these trends. Think about how you use social media and mobile platforms to promote a job advertisement or engage potential candidates. Evaluate your hiring processes to see which areas can benefit from AI technology, and examine what your company has done or can do to improve diversity in the workplace.
More information: http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/global-stats-recruiting-trends/
Things change at the speed of light these days.
And as recruitment and HR professionals, it’s absolutely vital that we can keep up.
So this week, I’ve put together a list of what I think are the five most important trends affecting recruiters, HR professionals and managers today.
More information: https://www.coburgbanks.co.uk/blog/attracting-staff/5-important-recruitment-trends/
Recruitment is a dynamic and changing sector that must adapt to keep up with the ever-changing working culture. Over recent years, with the boom in online recruitment and the power this has given the candidate, the industry has had to become smarter and prove its worth over automated job boards and social media platforms. With this, we’ve seen a rise in niche recruitment services.
More information: http://recruitmentjuice.com/blog/4-benefits-of-niche-recruitment-services/
Nowadays it’s virtually impossible to send a text, instant message or email without using an emoji ever since they exploded in to our digital worlds in the late 90s.
The man behind them is Shigetaka Kurita, who as an employee of NTT DoCoMo back in the day, sought to revolutionize Japan’s means of communication. And the rest as they say.. is history.
More information: http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/emojis-recruitment/
If you’ve been following my series of recruiting articles here on Jobvite, then you’re hopefully approaching the next 12 months with a renewed optimism about the results you’ll be able to generate from social media. But what else does the recruitment industry have in store for us over the coming year? In a break from my usual social recruiting advice, today I’m sharing four trends that I think we can expect to see gather significant momentum this next year:
More information: http://www.jobvite.com/blog/four-recruitment-trends-watch-coming-year/