Joanne McDonagh — September 25, 2018 Follow @rezoomo_com — September 25, 2018 Communication or should I say lack of communication, is one of the biggest complaints candidates have when it comes to the hiring process. Hiring managers and human resources departments deal with dozens of applicants and even various interview pipelines all at once. As … Continue reading Keeping Pipeline Candidates Interested
Bob Van Rossum — September 4, 2018 Follow @BobVR — September 4, 2018 When it comes to determining how many candidates you should interview to find the best person for a job, it’s difficult to establish the “right” number. The quantity of candidates you interview for each role is going to vary largely on the … Continue reading How Many Candidates Do You Need to Interview to Find A-level Marketing Talent?
Joanne McDonagh — August 20, 2018 Follow @rezoomo_com — August 20, 2018 aracelymitsu / Pixabay Any good recruitment team knows employer branding is a key part to a strong hiring strategy. With that comes content marketing and trying to figure out what candidates want when they read about your brand can be difficult. So whether … Continue reading 5 Elements Candidates Want To See In Your Employer Brand
Joanne McDonagh — July 30, 2018 Follow @rezoomo_com — July 30, 2018 niekverlaan / Pixabay Apply now, apply here, apply today. Apply! Apply! Apply! Many companies focus on the bottom of the recruitment funnel with their main objective being getting candidates to apply for their roles. If this is you stop! You’re doing it all … Continue reading 60% Of Candidates Don’t Hit Apply
Joanne McDonagh — July 21, 2018 Follow @rezoomo_com — July 21, 2018 alda2 / Pixabay Telling candidates they didn’t get the job is just common courtesy and essential for a positive candidate experience. Sending a ‘reject’ email is normally the end of hearing from those candidates, but how do you tell a candidate they didn’t … Continue reading HR Guide: Providing Feedback To Unsuccessful Candidates
Sandra Hess — June 27, 2018 — June 27, 2018 It’s no secret that attrition rates in the retail industry are significantly higher than those in almost every other industry. It’s a struggle that retailers have been working to overcome for years. With the average cost of hiring now reporting at more than $ 4,000 … Continue reading What an Interview Won’t Reveal about Retail Candidates
Todd Vaske — May 15, 2018 — May 15, 2018 Hey, HR professionals… I don’t envy you. Your job keeps getting tougher and tougher. All day long, you play the role of mediator, adult babysitter, bartender (not literally but you do listen to complaints all day long), benefits administrator, wardrobe patrol, etc. You have a … Continue reading Find Better Candidates by Creating Powerful Recruitment Videos
Joanne McDonagh — April 19, 2018 Follow @rezoomo_com— April 19, 2018 It is safe to say with the amount of statics out there, recruitment marketing is not a fad. That being said, there is still a reasonably sized group of professionals in the recruitment industry that don’t realise the difference between an ATS and recruitment … Continue reading Attract Candidates, Don’t Just Track Them
Kevin O’Brien — March 12, 2018 — March 12, 2018 geralt / Pixabay There’s a debate raging in the staffing world. With 64% of staffing firms indicating their top challenge is the talent shortage, there are differing views as to how to best source candidates. Some view job boards as an inefficient relic of old-school … Continue reading Job Boards vs. Digital Marketing: What’s Better for Sourcing Candidates?
Personal Branding Blog — December 12, 2017 — December 12, 2017 Need workers but not looking forward to combing through resumes from applicants who clearly didn’t read the job description? In a best-case scenario, an employer will recruit a talent pool of the most qualified candidates with a high aptitude and passion for the work. … Continue reading How to Attract Only the Best Job Candidates