There are now a plethora of social recruiting tools available online. It is essential that all recruiters equip themselves with a toolkit that is tailored to their specific recruitment needs. The benefits in improving efficiency and productivity are clear. Here are ten social recruiting tools that you should download today.
The format of The Job Interview is simple. It follows the interview process as real job seekers go for real jobs offered by real employers. It could be argued that it makes for good television. After all, these are genuine job offers being made that could potentially be life-changing for the individuals concerned. And, as C4's press pack explains, we see 'the terror and triumph of real-life interviews.'
It is universally accepted and expected that would-be employers and recruiters are likely to screen potential candidates. At the very least, this is likely to involve taking a look at their LinkedIn profile. After all, LinkedIn is still the business networking and job opportunity platform of choice for most. It's accepted, it's recognised and it's so widely used that it's fast becoming almost the 'traditional' way of doing things.
Social media is without a doubt the most popular form of communication in the 21st century. With it, we are now able to connect and interact with anybody anywhere in the world. It's now possible to find out things and to get information and insights about people that simply wouldn't have been possible before. Social media has truly transformed and revolutionised the way we do things.
As the employment market becomes increasingly fluid and flexible, employee retention is now arguably one of the biggest challenges facing HR teams. Talent acquisition and HR teams need to align because, if they don't, the talent that was so hard to bring into the organisation today will be the employee that leaves through the revolving door tomorrow.
Finding and recruiting the very best talent that is available is always going to be tough. In today's market, the challenge is tougher still, and an attractive employer brand is fast becoming an essential factor for organisations if they are to successfully meet these challenges.
As recruiters, matching the ideal candidate to the ideal position is always one of the biggest challenges that we face. This challenge is exacerbated further still when you consider that sometimes the ideal candidate for a particular position isn't looking for a new position at the time.