But the practice is still a challenge—here’s some help. By Madeline Laurano Video continues to disrupt the talent acquisition market. In fact, Aberdeen’s talent acquisition research indicates that 54 percent of organizations that are adopting video have a continuous or long-term talent acquisition strategy in place, compared to 18 percent of organizations […]
COVID-19 is driving TA leaders to rethink recruitment strategies.
By Marta Chmielowicz
Just last year, talent shortages and unprecedented competition in the labor market were hot topics in the recruitment space. At the time, there were more than 7 million open requisitions across the U.S. and the national unemployment rate hovered at a low 3.5 percent. But the coronavirus pandemic flipped the job market upside down, driving widespread furloughs, hiring pauses, business closures, economic uncertainty, and an unemployment rate of 11 percent. Faced with this new reality, hiring teams across industries are working to ramp up business operations once more while adapting to an ever-evolving set of challenges.
From opening the doors to remote talent to introducing new technology, the coronavirus crisis will have a major impact on talent acquisition practices.
By Debbie Bolla
The numbers don’t lie: The COVID-19 health crisis caused dramatic shifts in hiring practices. Anne Bucher, senior vice president of global customer experience at Cielo, the world’s leading strategic recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) partner, shares how some organizations had to pivot.
Two organizations share insights into their successful tech-driven hiring processes that improve the candidate experience.
By Marta Chmielowicz
The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced much of the business world to make rapid changes to the way they operate, and organizations will to have continue to adapt as all industries enter a new normal post-pandemic. With the Federal Reserve anticipating an unemployment rate of 32 percent, continued restrictions around social distancing, and widespread economic instability, the hiring landscape for both businesses and job seekers will change dramatically.
Six HR leaders share how they are managing through a global crisis.
By Debbie Bolla
For organizations, employees, and the world at large, these are unprecedented times. As quickly as the coronavirus (COVID-19) spread across the globe, HR leaders responded, ushering their organizations with the needed resources to ensure employee safety, health, wellness, and productivity. HRO Today spoke with six HR leaders on how they are managing through the global crisis that is COVID-19. Great insight here—stay safe and lead on!
The spread of COVID-19, commonly referred to as the coronavirus, is an event that is increasingly becoming a public and workplace priority. Employers will be called on to take every possible action to protect workers while maintaining business operations. Here, you can find a roundup of up-to-date information on how businesses and HR leaders are handling the outbreak.
Schneider Electric is transforming its human capital management approaches one tech solution at a time.
By Olivier Blum
Demands on employees have increased—and HR must keep pace or risk falling behind. It’s a daily occurrence that employees attend video conferences, use workplace productivity apps, and receive smartphone notifications. They can’t wait for their HR department to catch up with them via phone calls or letters. Modern workers want the same prompt customer service experience that they receive from online marketers. They also expect to feel empowered by their HR departments, not disenfranchised by them.
How a cultural audit can elevate the onboarding process.
By Lilith Christiansen
Only 44 percent of employees believe their employer does a good job bringing new talent into the organization. Strategic onboarding seeks to solve that issue by moving beyond automating paperwork. Instead, it delivers a personalized journey that transforms new hires into fully functioning, integrated members of the team. Today’s onboarding approaches should provide clear expectations in terms of behavior and interaction with management, customers, and other employees.
82% of U.S. employers believe smart technologies allow recruiters to focus on more interpersonal and knowledge-based work ATLANTA, September 5, 2018 — Employers are increasingly using HR technology to help attract and hire the best talent. Despite the widespread adoption of these tools, many businesses leaders indicate they still want a human touch for critical […]
Three best practices to consider when incorporating online communication channels to recruiting practices. By Christa Elliott Today, talent shortages are a reality for many industry sectors, but healthcare has been hit particularly hard. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that by 2024, 439,000 new nursing jobs will be created. Likewise, 23 percent of the current […]