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Lessons Learned from an Election Year: Evaluate Your Candidate Experience

September 20, 2016 | WilsonHCG | HCI

What can we learn from an election year? Even before candidates are officially announced, our opinions of them have been influenced by years of media appearances, interviews, social media profiles and even the opinions of trusted friends and family. This year, I challenge organizations to think about their candidate experiences as though your company is running for office and you want quality talent to vote for you. If you took a look at your company’s website, your value proposition and even your job listings, would you apply to work at your own company? If not, it’s time to reevaluate your candidate experience.

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2016 BountyJobs Agency Recruiting Benchmark Report

September 13, 2016 | BountyJobs | HCI

$500 million worth of jobs were sent to search through our marketplace by employers in 2015. Those jobs were posted by talent acquisition managers looking for the best candidate to fill each open role, leaning on a must have resource – recruiting agencies – in challenging situations such as tight timelines or hard to fill roles. Sending a job to search can be a more expensive way to recruit, but when you understand what to expect in terms of fees and performance, it’s worth it.

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Encourage a Culture of Internal Mobility to Build Talent Pipelines

September 7, 2016 | Randi Kenney | HCI

Have you ever struggled to find the right candidate for a position in your organization? You’d be hard pressed to find a talent acquisition professional who could answer that question with a resounding, “Nope!” In fact, research from HCI has shown that organizations with an internal talent sourcing strategy report less of a struggle to fill leadership positions than organizations that search for talent externally.

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