Most job seekers do a lot of web-based research, looking for jobs and checking out employers. Can they find you and your jobs? Will they like what they learn? Since many websites weren't even designed with this audience in mind, your website may be undermining your recruiting efforts. Based on many years of website audits, this episode explains how to evaluate your website.
In a previous session, we explored employer branding: what it is, why it matters, and who really drives yours. (Hint: it isn't you!) In this episode, we get into more detail about how you can start to polish, tweak and leverage your employer brand.
The rocky economy has kept many employers on the ropes for the past few years. As recovery begins, employers will have their hands full with a variety of recruiting-related challenges. From "War For Talent" demographic shifts to generational issues and changes in recruiting technologies, the rules of the game have changed. This episode sets the stage for this series of podcasts!
While it may sound squishy or abstract, employer branding is one of the most important factors affecting your recruiting efforts. It can help make all of your recruiting efforts more efficient and effective, or it can hamstring you. In this episode, we'll explore what employer branding is (and isn't), what it consists of and why it matters. Hosts Todd Nilson and George Blomgren will continue this topic in a future episod...
Persons with disabilities represent the single largest portion of the diversity talent pool. It's also one of the least understood and poorly tapped. In this episode, we explore common misconceptions and ways to better recruit disabled candidates, and tackle the widely misunderstood concept of accommodation.
While some of the core skills and personality traits that make recruiters effective haven't changed in the last twenty years, others are dramatically different. Today's "super recruiter" combines an amazing array of diverse skills. And it begins with personal qualities that enable someone to genuinely enjoy recruiting. So, what are these qualities, and the diverse skills, that make a recruiter great?