A tried and tested EVP is in place, your creative campaign is signed off and your website is live. Even with these key pillars in place, your attraction plan can fail to deliver the quality and quantity of candidates you need. Here we explore three common attraction mistakes.
Businesses have to adjust to a world where it is expected that, just 15 years from now, 75% of the S&P 500 will be new companies that we have not yet heard of.
As employers try to develop an understanding of the current talent market, two major trends stand out. Firstly, the increasing pace of change along with shortening product life cycles, decreasing employee loyalty, and political fragmentation, all contribute to significant uncertainty, rendering long-term planning complex and difficult.
Jonas Barck, Global Head of Commercial Partnerships, expressed his views on the key takeaways at the last #DiceTru event in New York City, a series of HR and Recruiting discussions.
The latest Report on Jobs from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation and KPMG shows that vacancies in the UK are rising at their fastest rate since May 1998. While simultaneously January saw a further decline in people putting themselves in the labour market. Under these conditions employer branding becomes even more vital for organisations to secure top talent.
See an infographic that shows where South Africa’s career-seekers want to work and what they want from an employer.