Recruitment analytics can appear to require specialist knowledge, training and expensive software to even attempt. This coupled with questions surrounding whether it benefits HR effectiveness leads to the question: why do it?
Category: Innovation in Recruitment 2017
Cathy Hayward from Magenta Associates discusses attracting talent from social media, flexibility in recruitment and using talent attraction methods that mirror your company culture.
How can HR use social media in a creative way to accelerate the recruitment process? Shelley Hoppe discusses the benefits of paid promotion and understanding the candidate.
St Andrew’s are committed to ensuring all its staff are supported in their individual career paths. David Anthony discusses the measures put in place to ensure that talent is successful within the organisation.
The act of recruiting has many innovations taking place, mainly within the realms of technology, but the approach to acquiring talent is changing too. Angela Love talks about how apprentice talent is changing the way people work at Active.
It’s all too common for HR professionals to get bogged-down with the administration around recruiting and onboarding new hires. So it’s hardly surprising when a new recruit sat behind a working computer with employee manual in hand is regarded as a job well done.
Attitude and aptitude are the main considerations Servest take into consideration when hiring new staff. What can be done to stay ahead of the game in the world of recruitment?
Today we are launching our Innovation in Recruitment Week, a week long celebration of the expanding nature of the business world.
What is the best way to start an effective recruitment strategy? Renae Jackson, head of HR at Search Laboratory, considers the ten tangible steps to better recruitment.
What can you do to stand out from your competitors and how can you attract the best people? Debra Gers from leading law firm Blake Morgan discusses what can be done to retain staff.