Everything you need to develop successful recruitment and hiring strategies; applicant tracking system (ATS) information; how to find the right candidates, recruiting with social media, and more.
Talent acquisition, hiring and recruiting strategies support corporate strategies. Attracting and hiring top talent, especially in a competitive market, contributes high value to the organization's success. While competition for the best candidates increases, your HR and recruiting teams must have the answers on where to find the right people while spending money wisely. With the costs of hiring rising as well, it's more important than ever to understand best practices.
It’s not an easy challenge. Recruiting costs a lot. But bad hires cost even more. The level of concern about this issue emerged in a recent SilkRoad State of Talent Management Report, which surveyed several hundred HR professionals on their views and challenges:
- Top worry - 51% said sourcing the right candidates
- Top worry - 56% said nabbing the Millennials
Let’s stop the worrying and take action. We’ve gathered practical resources, best practices, and valuable tips to help you build a highly effective recruitment program.
Best Sources of New Hires
Everyone’s talking about talent acquisition. Employers worldwide perform the complex act of juggling cost containment against anticipated future growth while coming to terms with an increasingly online, social, networked, and next-generation hiring marketplace.
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Social media and mobile technologies go hand in hand, and their vast potential for recruiting can no longer be ignored. These technologies can help you reduce recruiting costs, increase reach, and find more qualified talent.
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How to Buy Recruiting Technologies
Advances in automated applicant tracking systems (ATS) and the entry of the Web have changed the sourcing picture. With the right tools in hand, professionals can pinpoint exactly where applicants and hires originate—whether a job board, a search engine, a print ad, or a referral.
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