Here are highlights from the #TalentAdvisor Twitter chat on how technology is redefining the recruitment landscape - and what it means for talent advisors.
Economic improvements led by the competitive IT industry means that more candidates are expecting higher starting salary offers.
Chances are, if you hire people for a living, you’ve experienced your share of unimpressive interviews. Job seekers come in unprepared, they don’t have great answers to your questions or they just seem like they want to be anywhere else but there.
In fact, we recently wrote about common interview mistakes.
But have you ever sat across the desk from a prospective employee and had to hold in a gasp after he or she uttered something completely inappropriate or ridiculous?
Nearly half (49 percent) of employers say they can tell within the first five minutes of interviewing a candidate if he or she will make the cut, according to a new CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,000 HR and hiring managers. And a whopping 9 in 10 (90 percent) of employers say their minds are made up by the 15-minute mark.
Technology by itself won't make you a better HR or talent advisor. The trick is to add technology to your already awesome HR skills. Then? You become unstoppable.
Join Tim Sackett for CareerBuilder’s Talent Advisor webinar at 12 p.m. Central on Thursday, Jan. 22. You’ll learn about predictive analytics, candidate expectations, employer branding and other recruiting silver bullets you need to stay on top of this year – and how technology can help you do just that.
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