5 steps of effective recruitment marketing

Written by Leigh Foster

Following the Coronavirus pandemic, the recruitment industry have had to adapt to a new 'normal' of recruiting. HR and Talent Acquisition teams have had to make steps to avoid losing out on top talent through new technologies such as video interviews and virtual onboarding, to embrace flexibility and remote working to stay ahead of the curve.

As employers look for alternative strategies to survive and thrive in the ever-changing economic landscape, Leigh Foster, Account Development Executive, provides 5 steps to effective recruitment marketing.

 

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