In our recent webinar, The New Way to Measure Recruitment Marketing, Jessie Summerfield spoke about how she’s used data and analytics to know what content works best to attract talent. We’re reviewing Jessie’s methods and how they influence her Recruitment Marketing strategy.
Why Talent Retention is the Competitive Differentiator in Today’s Workforce
The Escalating “Talent War” Attracting and retaining top talent has become more challenging than ever with the labor shortage and people leaving the workforce due to COVID-19. Optionality around where... Read more
The Leadership Gap: Young workers most concerned remote work will impact career success
Universum’s survey of 18,000 people in the UK highlights concerns over remote working are most felt by young workers. The report offers clues about potential future skills shortages as younger people have concerns over a lack of leadership, training and networking opportunities could be holding them back, despite …
There’s a massive shift happening in the workforce. Data from multiple recent studies detail some staggering statistics and a report from SHRM has identified these top reasons employees are deciding to leave their jobs.
An ocean of Employer Branding metrics to choose from | LinkedIn
As I was researching for my "7 Trends of Employer Branding for 2021" article, I came across several metrics to confirm the effectiveness of initiatives and programs. Interestingly to say that among the ocean of metrics I compiled, I discarded one (the story about it is at the end of this article).
4 Keys for Your Employer Brand Strategy | LinkedIn
(1) What's your Employee Value Proposition? (2) What message, what visuals, and communication plans to attract candidates? These were two valid questions to ask five years ago. In mostly candidate-led markets, a compelling EVP might be the bridge to more attraction success.