If you’re struggling to recruit, you’re not alone. Hiring has gotten harder in recent years, and two-thirds of hiring managers say that they struggle to track down suitable candidates.
If you’ve had trouble recruiting recently, don’t worry. It’s not just you. A worldwide survey of employers found that 45% of companies can’t find the people they need, with 67% of larger companies reporting recruiting problems.
In a competitive labor market, employers must do everything they can to secure top talent. This means looking beyond salary and, instead, offering a holistic package that's tailored to each employee. This is the philosophy of Total Rewards.
Your organization has formulated a well-intended Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) strategy. Your DEIA strategy covers everything:
In an increasingly tight and competitive job market, you have to cater to the talent you hope to attract. The recent global pandemic had a dramatic change in the workforce, and it seems like all candidates have one thing in common: they all want the option to work from home (WFH).
Is the cover letter officially dead? As a recruiter for 20-plus years, I have seen it all. There was a time when candidates always needed to submit a covering letter if they wanted employers to take their applications seriously.