It is easy for your organization to get left behind when you’re not keeping pace with the latest approaches to attracting talent. That is why you should consider reverse recruiting. Read more to learn what reverse recruiting is, it’s benefits and more.
Does your company offer remote or hybrid work? While the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic forced the workforce towards remote work where possible, many companies and employees continue to implement various configurations and meet the challenges of change. How are you navigating the changes and leading your company into new waters? Read on to find help.
We know that retention is key and that it is increased when employees are given opportunities to stretch, learn new skills, and take on new responsibilities. People are always looking for opportunities to learn about their passions and develop their strengths in the workplace—and are happier employees for it. How does your company create those opportunities? One way is to offer a rotational program. Read on to learn how.
Recruiting can be a headache and many HR departments don’t want anything to do with it. How do you find the right firm to contract with? What should be your expectations when it comes to fees? This article answers these questions and details what to expect when it comes to recruitment fees.
A sound recruiting strategy can help you identify and attract qualified talent for open positions and create a network of potential candidates for roles in the future.
Continue reading to learn what recruiting is, why it’s important to have a recruiting strategy, who should be involved in the recruiting process, where to find the best candidates, and how to start recruiting for your company.
The average recruiter spends 23 hours screening resumes for a single hire. Do you want to know how to decrease that time while also making sure the candidates you interview are the best fit and most qualified?
Nobody wants to write a rejection letter, much less multiple rejection letters. However, a well written rejection letter can both create opportunities and help applicants move on with a positive impression of your organization. In this article, you’ll learn how to write a professional, empathetic rejection letter for any circumstance.