Technology, data insight and recruitment solutions topped the bill of our most-read topics last year. Here’s what was being read…
In no particular order:
1. Supporting candidate needs for better business development
With many organisations becoming more candidate-centric in their approach to accessing and nurturing talent, it’s no surprise that our research on candidate hiring viewpoints made the cut last year. Did you know that translating your efforts on corporate responsibility into your job adverts is likely to have a positive impact on talent attraction and engagement?
2. The solutions to the recruitment setbacks you didn’t know you had
Many of the challenges facing the modern recruiter are tricky to identify but easy to solve. If doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a new result is madness, here are your solutions to kick-start a new way of thinking and doing. Some of these might surprise you.
3. Early Talent Attraction – A Buyer’s Guide
If you’ve got more than enough high-quality candidates for all your roles, and they all turn into committed long term employees, then don’t waste your time. You don’t need to read this guide. For everyone else, here are our top tips when considering your attraction strategy.
4. Technology: AI & Recruitment selection
The uses of both Artificial and Augmented Intelligence have become more prevalent in recent years. In this story, we explore its uses for the recruitment industry and how is can help support the search and attraction of Early Talent.
5. The Search for the Holy Grail – Marketing ROI
Working with a new Early Talent technology partner can be nerve-racking. The desire to measure the returns on spend is overwhelming. But what has been historically measured might not be right. In this story, we explored what ‘great’ looks like and how our clients can tell.
2020 looks set to bring about the biggest changes in the Early Talent industry’s shift towards a more candidate-centric approach. We’ve put together our thoughts and insight on the year ahead and what these changes mean for the themes of Technology, Data/Insight and Diversity.
Read our blog here!