Video is no longer a ‘trending’ recruitment marketing strategy. It's here, and it's a powerful way to build your employer brand, communicate your employee value proposition and reach hard-to-find talent.
Yodel know their candidate personas, they’re all about authenticity and transparency—they want to see the real McCoy. Video job ads, with hiring managers, are an integral part of Yodel’s push to create a world-class candidate experience.
Did you start the year off strong, committing yourself to creating one video per week? But now you find yourself in a video rut and you’re not sure how to get out!?
SMAART Recruitment were looking for a way to cut through the noise of traditional recruitment advertising. What started with recruitment videos has now evolved to touch nearly every area of their business.
Visionary Managing Director, Mark Smith shares his experience of introducing video job advertising to his recruitment firm and discusses the challenges of implementation, the benefits of creating a video-first culture and the success people2people has seen in the 2 years since investing in VideoMyJob.
Looking for some vid-spiration for your end of year videos? Let us help you spice up your out of office messages, inject some life into your office party invitations and thank your customers for a great year! You might even get inspired to enter our festive video competition 🏆
What is 'native' video? A lot of people are confused by this term, so let’s clear that up straight away. Native video is video that is uploaded to or created on social networks and played in-feed, as opposed to links to videos hosted on external sites. Native video formats are specific to each social platform and are designed to maximise video engagement (i.e. number of views), discovery and distribution.
Fostering engagement in your workforce is critical to the success of your business. According to Gallup research, 87% of employees worldwide are not engaged and the same study states that companies with highly engaged workforces outperform their peers by 147%.
So how can you boost employee engagement? And why should your organisation use video to do so?