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As you communicate back and forth during the interview and beyond certain communications may get lost in translation — leaving candidates with a much different opinion of your company than what you intended. Luckily, there are ways you can make sure there isn’t a disconnect between what you’re trying to convey and how job seekers interpret what you say.
In the age of talent, only those companies who provide the best candidate experience will survive. Armed with this information, how can you successfully attract, hire and retain the top performers you need? As CareerBuilder’s new e-book, “The Age of Talent is Here: Recruitment for a New Era,” details, today’s candidates are searching for three key factors when researching prospective employers – and by providing these three things, you’ll be well ahead of the competition.
With four and soon-to-be five generations in the workforce, the needs, wants and proclivities of this key source of competitive advantage change on a daily basis. How can talent advisors help the CEO and other execs grapple with the differing needs of these constituencies while remaining focused on achieving business objectives?
We asked 8 hospital leaders about a problem each of them found challenging about managing a multigenerational staff, and the strategy used to solve it. Here are the 8 challenges -- and solutions -- from the hospital frontlines.
According to the CareerBuilder Veterans Day Job Forecast, 33 percent of employers are actively recruiting veterans over the next year, up from 27 percent in 2013. Looking to add military veterans to your own organization? Check out our three tips to help you successfully attract and recruit these workers.
Some want a phone call, and some just want some kind of response, but new CareerBuilder research shows the message is clear: 62 percent of candidates want more personalized communication from employers during the application process than they're currently receiving.
Ever since workplaces and human resources departments have existed, there have been people from different generations on the job. Let me tell you a story about college, and The Beatles -- and about talent advisors being the player that brings generations together.
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