Finding, recruiting and hiring candidates is a constantly evolving process. To stay competitive and attract today’s best candidates you need more than just some tips and tricks; you need research.
One way to stay ahead of the game is to understand the expectations and processes job seekers take into their job search. CareerBuilder’s Candidate Behavior Study has the data you need to glean useful insights to improve your employer brand including:
- The candidate-powered economy
- The candidates’ ideal recruitment process
- Real-world examples of strategies that work
Rosemary Haefner: As Chief Human Resources Officer for CareerBuilder, Haefner is responsible for developing and implementing global strategies for employee engagement, talent management, organizational design, recruiting, benefits, and community outreach.
Under Haefner’s leadership, CareerBuilder has received numerous employment focused awards including BusinessWeek’s ‘Best Places to Launch a Career,’ Training Magazine’s Top 125, ComputerWorld’s Best Places to Work in IT and ‘Best Places to Work’ features by Chicago Magazine, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Glassdoor.com, and the Chicago Tribune. Haefner also received the 2008 American Business Award for “Human Resource Executive of the Year.”
Kassandra Barnes: As Director of Customer Experience & Intelligence for CareerBuilder, Barnes leads the research strategy, design and execution for all B2B and customer intelligence research. She conducts numerous thought leadership initiatives including annual research on candidate and recruiter behavior. In addition, Barnes manages on-going customer research including satisfaction, loyalty and market intelligence to enhance and drive improvements to the customer experience at CareerBuilder.