With no dearth of choices, the best candidates today are no different from your best customers. They discover new opportunities through personal and social networks, expect personalized experiences and respond to brands whose values resonate with them.
That’s why leading HR and business leaders have recently looked to their marketing team to understand how to scale and deliver experiences that delight candidates. From employer branding and the power of personalization, to using social media and email as channels to engage with their audience, some of the most powerful recruitment tactics have been borrowed from marketing.Read More
Belong has now expanded its data-driven, candidate-focused solution to include Sales and Marketing hiring as well!
According to the ManpowerGroup’s Annual Talent Shortage Survey, Sales is the third most difficult role to hire in 2016/17 globally. Our own experience hiring a Sales Leader taught us the many challenges in identifying the kind of person we wanted, and more importantly, actually finding someone who fit our profile.Read More
“Back in the day, all of the product managers at my companies wanted to leave to go get their MBA. Today, everyone wants to go to business school to leave and become a product manager.”Read More
“HR should be able to speak the business language and help business understand the need and importance of talent. At CDK, every challenge is discussed on the table between the talent acquisition and business functions, thereby smoothly resolving most of them” - Narane Gundabathula, Head of Talent Acquisition, CDK GlobalRead More
The Outbound Hiring League is an initiative honoring the achievements and success of the best recruiters in the Industry. What started as a quarterly league-style contest culminated into the Outbound All Stars Awards this October. The last quarter of the league, in fact, saw overwhelming support and participation from over 200 recruiters across the country.
"Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow," says the Linus' Law.
What the law, named in honor of Linus Torvalds, means is that the more people who can see and test a set of code, the more likely any flaws will be caught and fixed quickly - the very premise on which the concept of open source is based.Read More
Way back in 1998, a year-long study conducted by a team from McKinsey & Co. found that the most important corporate resource over the next 20 years would be talent: smart, sophisticated businesspeople who are technologically literate, globally astute, and operationally agile. And even as the demand for talent went up, the supply of it would go down. They called this study the ‘War for Talent’.Read More