Job seekers expect their digital job search to feel like the rest of their online experience: and that means they want to see plenty of video. If you haven’t added video to your 2019 recruitment strategy, here are some good reasons why you should, and a few tips for how to get started.
You’ve got your budget set, your KPIs nailed down, and even a list of some of the reqs that you can’t fill until Q4 is up. Now take a look at the trends we think will be important to large businesses in 2019. Yes, AI is on there, but we’ve spotted a few new things that are also worth considering.
The next generation of HR technology will leverage data and automation to improve sourcing efficiencies. Yet a successful placement requires a deeper understanding of the candidate, says Monster CEO Scott Gutz. He offers his insights on we can infuse recruiting with a more human touch.
As dean of the Lienhard School of Nursing, Harriet Feldman has cultivated a growing pipeline of graduates who are quickly scooped up by employers. She shares what today’s new nursing grads look for in their first job.
These healthcare staffing companies have tapped into the power of a clearly-defined employer branding that enables them to woo healthcare candidates who are often difficult to attract.
Low unemployment and an ever-growing demand for workers have brought bigger opportunities for staffing firms. Find out how some staffing companies are making the most of these advantageous but often challenging circumstances.