How can you let candidates know what they’re getting into at the start of the hiring process?
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We are moving to an inbound recruiting model, using digital channels and talent communities to attract candidates through the discovery of online content.
Who are the professionals that stand out from the crowd? Those who generously share quality content. These 'thought leaders' quickly become the go-to experts and trusted practitioners in their niche. Do you want to be known for your personal service and ability to go the extra mile? You need to leverage the power of video to increase your reach, credibility, and visibility.
I’ve recently been presenting to various audiences around the country on the importance of an employee value proposition as the core of strategic talent acquisition. One of the topics that comes up again and again is our relationship with Marketing and how important it is. Not getting this right is a major friction point for many Talent Acquisition and Recruitment teams (and I am sure for many Marketing teams too).
To most of us, employee storytelling and employee testimonial might sound like the same thing. We all want to put our company’s best foot forward, don’t we? Well, the answer is yes, to a degree. If we are truly looking to attract employees who will thrive in our organisation we need to be honest, we need to be prepared to show the downsides as well as all the wonderful things about working at our company.