A Note from the Editor In mid-January we kick off the third season of the Rec Tech Showdown. During each show, lasting around 30 minutes, you’ll get to understand the offering from each provider, ask your own questions and get their insights and take on the recruitment market. Register for the first show in the season to view all episodes as they go live or scroll down to Upcoming Events to find out what shows are coming up.
The Top 7 Recruiting Trends for 2019 “With 2018 come and gone and the busy New Year hiring season upon us, here are seven trends in recruiting that will up your hiring game in 2019.” (.. read more)
Why January is the Most Important Month for Recruiters (And How to Ace It) “Whether you smashed your targets last year or would rather just pretend 2018 never happened, it’s easy to come back after Christmas thinking you have all the time in the world to get back on track. But consider this: January is the month you can’t afford not to smash!” (.. read more)
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6 Recruitment Trends That Will Dominate 2019 and Beyond “Companies have learned and seen the significance of keeping up with technological trends and advancement to further improve their key processes, especially for HR. …. It’s time to look at some of the new things your organization can take advantage of.” (.. read more)
A Horror Story; What Happens When Candidates Have A Poor Experience? Candidates “are 38% more likely to stay with the company if their candidate experience is positive. Furthermore, 56% of candidates who had positive candidate experiences that didn’t result in a hire would still consider applying with the company again.” (.. read more)