December is one of those bittersweet months. It’s a time for reflection and celebration, while simultaneously demanding us to look ahead. Let's take a look at how recruiters can best spend their December.
November is National Veterans and Military Families month, and if you are a federal contractor, it is a good opportunity for your organization to make sure that it remains compliant with the OFCCP's primary regulations for Veterans. So, what is VEVRAA and how does it apply to your organization?
As the need for great talent keeps growing and our budget dollars keep getting smaller, we’re expected to hire more skilled candidates with less advertising money. So, what's the answer for efficient recruitment advertising?
As we’re brainstorming our new action plans to improve our recruiting processes and hiring efforts in 2023, which recruiting strategies should we prepare for, think about, and put into focus before the new year gets here?
Today’s hiring market is extremely competitive, and recruiters have had to pull out all the stops to find candidates and fill open roles. There’s one method that has remained true, even in the midst of uncertainty. Leveraging data. And now it's time to get creative with it. Introducing: geotargeting.
In light of the talent shortage, the entire nation is also facing a skills gap. Which means, skills have become the new currency. So, how do we respond? With a new approach to our candidate persona strategy.
Crafting a tailored job posting is critical to attracting candidates and inspiring them to apply for your open roles. However, you may have all the elements of a great job advertisement down to a science, only to fall short on your application form—discouraging talent, who then abandon the process along with any opportunity that could have benefited you both.
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) and it’s the perfect time to recognize working individuals with disabilities. It’s also the perfect reminder to evaluate your organization’s recruiting approaches and seek ways to improve how you hire this group of talent for your open roles.
Every part of a job description provides an opportunity to clearly communicate with job seekers and align an organization’s hiring goals. It may seem like crafting a good job description is a no-brainer in your recruiting process, but a bad job description can discourage skilled candidates away from your open roles and take you longer to find the right talent – costing you in recruiting expenses. Here, we provide the anatomy of crafting an ideal job description.