In CareerBuilder’s #TalentAdvisor Twitter chat this week, we discussed how talent advisors can provide a candidate experience that candidates love and executives actually care about.
First things first: What does “talent advisor” mean? Glad you asked!
A Talent Advisor is someone who takes a proactive, strategic role in the organization’s talent management needs. More about that here.
What does a good – and bad – candidate experience look like?
From claiming they need the day to fix some botched plastic surgery to saying they accidentally got on a plane, America’s workers have either had some sitcom-worthy misadventures this year, or they’ve simply gotten more creative with their sick day excuses. A new CareerBuilder survey looks at how many workers have faked being sick this year, as well as some of the strangest excuses they’ve used while doing so.
As the time for 2015 planning swings into full gear, it’s important to think about all the factors that will have an impact on how you shape your recruiting strategy. The AHA has recently released their 2015 Environment Scan, which takes an in-depth look into factors that will influence the next year in health care.
A recent CareerBuilder survey shows 3 in 5 employers support a minimum wage increase. Employers were also asked why they supported or opposed a minimum wage increase. To what extent does the academic literature in economics support their arguments?
How can you provide a hiring experience that candidates love? How can you get your executives to care about your company’s candidate experience? How can you personalize the experience candidates have with you? What’s the ideal way to measure the success of your candidate experience? If questions like these keep you up at night,
take some ZzzQuil you’ll be excited to know many of your peers and experts have similar questions — and we want to connect you with them to get some answers.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel,” Maya Angelou famously said. The late poet could easily have been talking about the staffing industry, where the ability to provide unforgettable experiences sets firms apart from their competitors.
CareerBuilder and Inavero’s 2014 Opportunities in Staffing Study reveals, however, that some of the biggest staffing challenges are a consistent, memorable candidate experience.
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