When designing your career website it helps to think of it like marketing to your customers. Candidates are browsing for jobs and ultimately buying their position based on the value that can be exchanged. Here are some takeaways to think about when creating your career website.
A hot topic has been that of what the millennial generation is searching for in their jobs. With all the data surrounding this topic, many employers are getting the same information and trying to meet these expectations. The problem with this is that they are all starting to sound the same.
Venture Capitalist have a good eye for spotting top talent and knowing that a good employer brand acts like a magnet to continually attract the best into the organization. It’s time for HR to look at how VC’s operate and incorporate their strategies so that chasing talent is a thing of the past.
With the largest amount of student responses we’ve received from the Brazilian Student Survey, we were able to draw more insightful data and reflect on the current economic situations to see what exactly Brazilian students are looking for in their potential employers and what makes them different from other student surveys.
Today, talent has choices. With more confidence than ever, recent graduates are now interviewing the employer instead. Companies need to compete by showing off their employer brand and communicating more with potential candidates.
Universities are the perfect setting for introducing fresh faces to not only your products but also to you as a possible employer. We all know that to keep them engaged, a conversations needs to happen beyond the career fairs and using different forms of digital marketing can supercharge your efforts.