Most people in the recruiting space agree that employment branding is as important to recruiters as product branding is to marketers. By taking the idea one step further and branding each job as you go to market, you'll see an impact in three powerful ways.Read More
Remember the first time you saw The Matrix? Didn’t it seem like AI was some sort of futuristic semi-frightening technology, but at the same time so far from reality that you never really thought about it outside the silver screen?
Somewhere along the way, AI shifted from science fiction to reality. We depend on AI technology to get things done every day, and many times we don’t even notice it.
Are your employees engaged? It’s a question that has earned its place at the forefront of business strategy, because it directly affects the quality of work produced and overall outcomes. Eight out of ten business leaders rank employee experience, including engagement, as important or very important for the future of their companies. But even when organizations have a generalized understanding that engagement is valuable, it’s not always easy to show a measurable return on investment in terms of dollars and cents. Yet that is precisely what it takes to demonstrate value to those in charge of budget approvals.
Is your recruiting strategy delivering the results you want? Or are you juggling high turnover, disengaged employees and skyrocketing costs? The truth is that most companies face recruiting challenges to some degree, especially in today’s candidate-centric job climate. But sometimes the problem extends further than a tight job market and low unemployment rate. Here are five warning signs that it’s time to rethink your strategy.