How Anyone Can Create A Great Employer Branding Video

Spark Hire

Yet many hiring professionals are still not including videos in their employer branding efforts. This is unfortunate considering how much video can improve your employer brand. Moreover, great branding videos are easy to make — even if you’re not a filmography expert. If you’re wary about recording employer branding videos, we’ve put together a guide that will help you create great content.

Keeping It Real: 3 Fundamentals Of An Authentic Employer Brand

TalentCulture

For many brands, that means a genuine relationship between employer and employee, and that has everything to do with a strong, firmly rooted employer brand. One common misconception: that a good employer brand starts with pricey image consultants.

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Improve Employer Branding With These 7 Tactics In 2020

Peopletrail

An Article by Susan Craig on how to improve employer branding in this era of gig economy. Here are 7 ways you can improve your employer branding. It is for this reason that you need to create a strong employer brand that will stand out among the rest.

4 Ways Technology Can Amplify Your Employer Brand

Cornerstone On Demand

Brands. It means learning what the "right fit" is and screening out the "wrong fit." It means employer brand comes first and jobs come second. It means we must utterly change the way we've gone about recruiting talent. The Tech Factor in Employer Branding Marketing your brand and your why means ditching the notion that jobs are the sun: not everything revolves around the roles you need to fill. A job is a job is a job.

How to Use Sourcing to Improve Your Candidate Experience

Speaker: Shally Steckerl, President, The Sourcing Institute

Current HR models cannot handle modern “candidate experience” expectations. From outdated SLAs and SOPs to insufficient personnel, lack of alignment and inadequately trained staff, recruiters are all too often overwhelmed with applicants, hard-pressed to find enough time to provide an excellent experience to every candidate. Enter "The Sourcing Method" - the solution to the dehumanizing of modern recruitment practices. By reaching out to fewer and more accurately matched candidates, recruiters can spend quality time delivering the full candidate experience and selling the “employer brand” instead of rushing through piles of unqualified applicants in order to be compliant with candidate tracking, disposition, and regulation. Top talent wants to be pursued not spammed, and certainly not ignored by the same “HR Black Hole” that has plagued our industry since the resume became the prevailing way to screen out candidates in the 1950s. Sourcing is not only the first step towards improving candidate experience, but also the most critical. Feed faulty input into any process and, as you might expect, the outcome will inevitably be flawed. This generally accepted principle called GIGO or “Garbage in, garbage out” is just as at home in HR as it is in computer science. By blindly accepting high volumes of unqualified incoming candidates, you limit your ability to be selective. Without infinite applicant pools and with practical constraints, your recruiters and hiring managers have a limited amount of time to spend judging the relative quality of each applicant. Some talent sources are deeper, offering a broader choice than others, while some offer a limited choice yet yield a dramatically higher applicant quality. Join President of the Sourcing Institute and author of “The Sourcing Method” Shally Steckerl as he explains how to effectively utilize sourcing to improve your candidate experience.

Background Screening Impacts the Candidate Experience

HR Bartender

(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by our friends at HireRight , a leader in global background checks, drug testing, and employment verification services. More than 70 percent of the Fortune 100 use HireRight for their employment screening needs.

How to improve your employer brand

Workable

Employer branding is important. Companies with strong brands (a good reputation among employees) attract high-quality candidates more easily, can hire more selectively and have a lower cost-per-hire than companies with blander brands. See also: What is employer branding ?

How to improve your employer brand

Workable

Employer branding is important. Companies with strong brands (a good reputation among employees) attract high-quality candidates more easily, can hire more selectively and have a lower cost-per-hire than companies with blander brands. How companies build strong brands.

4 Ways Technology Can Amplify Your Employer Brand

Cornerstone On Demand

Brands. It means learning what the "right fit" is and screening out the "wrong fit." It means employer brand comes first and jobs come second. It means we must utterly change the way we've gone about recruiting talent. The Tech Factor in Employer Branding Marketing your brand and your why means ditching the notion that jobs are the sun: not everything revolves around the roles you need to fill. A job is a job is a job.

Employer Branding to Attract Talent

BirdDogHR

Employer Branding to Attract Talent. Branding for customers is common sense, but branding for applicants? Employer branding is the process of promoting a company or organization as the employer of choice to a desired target group they need to recruit and retain.

Dice 2018 Recruitment Automation Report

RECRUITMENT. REPORT AI and Hiring: How today’s recruiters are bracing. Want — from Automation Preparing for the Future of Automated Recruiting. Recruiting Process 04 06 07 10 03 Dice Recruitment Automation Report 3 Intelligent Technologies Are. 72% Slow recruiting.

Ethical Employer Branding: How to Attract Candidates With Shared Values

Eightfold

Getting this right will reveal organizational authenticity and attract the best recruits. Sarah Clayton , EVP of employee engagement and change management at PR firm Weber Shandwick, says employer brands that succeed have clear corporate purpose and values.

The Best Photos for Employer Branding and Recruitment Marketing

Stories Incorporated HR

Just like every other piece of recruitment marketing content you share with candidates, a photo lets candidates put themselves in the shoes of someone who works at your organization. Headphones in with two screens going as you’re working in crunch time?

Connecting Your Employer Brand And Candidate Experience

TalentCulture

Worse, it inevitably trickles into a broken recruitment and communication process with potential candidates. It’s in your power to take control of your recruiting process and employer brand. Can employee disengagement and bad branding be prevented?

Driving ROI Through Employer Branding

Nextwave Hire

Employer Branding return on investment (ROI) can seem like a very nebulous and hard to measure concept. Here are the mistakes I see people make with their employer branding ROI analysis: They focus on metrics that don’t matter, like the number of views a video got. It’s worth nothing that employer branding ROI can actually come from many different sources. The post Driving ROI Through Employer Branding appeared first on NextWave Hire Blog

Best practices for recruiters during a hiring freeze

Workable

But this also means putting your typical recruiter job responsibilities on hold, including sourcing and screening. Recruiters are used to a fast working pace, dividing their time across many tasks including sourcing, screening, and of course, hiring. All set, right?

All You Need To Know About A Terrible Employer Brand Through Memes

Spark Hire

In a lot of ways, a company’s employer brand is like a meme. There are countless things that contribute to your employer brand. A strong employer brand speaks to talent and helps them relate to the organization. Best Hiring Practices employer brand

Engage Passive Candidates by Developing and Driving your Employment Brand

HR Daily Advisor

In today’s increasingly competitive hiring climate, it is no surprise that the recruiting function is beginning to resemble that of marketing to ensure companies can find, attract, screen, and hire top talent ahead of their competition. By Susan Vitale, iCIMS.

Video Interviews: Employer Brand and the Candidate Experience

SHRM

Video interviewing software has become an increasingly popular way for businesses to screen candidates. Specifically, many recruiting teams stumble when it comes to the employer branding and candidate experience implications of video interviews.

Your Employer Brand Owns The Candidate Experience

TalentCulture

A lot of this is the fault of a poor connection between managers and line-of- business employees and it inevitably trickles into a broken recruitment and communication process with potential candidates. It’s in your power to take control of your recruiting process and employer brand.

Spoiler alert: employer branding is a thing and it matters to your company.

Imaginasium

And lately, it feels like everyone is talking about “employer branding” and whether they have one, need one or where they can go to get one. Unfortunately, “employer branding” isn’t just another cliche phrase you can ignore. What is employer branding?

How to Effortlessly Use Texting to Hire Hourly Workers

ExactHire HR Trends

You only have to look at your smartphone’s weekly screen time report to know that the amount of time we spend accessing our phones is increasing at a relentless pace. Signs that you’re not effectively using a text recruiting strategy. Today is about sourcing, not screening.

How This Fast-Growing Company Built an Employer Brand That Attracts the Right Candidates

Linkedin Talent Blog

Right now, we employ over 2,600 employees across the U.S. We did this all through organic content generation and distribution, and by making sure that our recruitment process felt personal and human at every stage. With so much competition for talent, recruiters must also be marketers.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]

Ongig

There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. Ongig, of course, has its own recruiting blog — you’re reading it right now! This includes general HR blogs, recruiting blogs, talent acquisition blogs, employer branding blogs and more. Recruiting Blog.

Why Artificial Intelligence is a Good Ambassador for Your Employment Brand

Eightfold

Artificial intelligence can help employers find new efficiencies, allowing them to focus on building and communicating their employment brand in order to recruit top candidates. See Branding More Clearly With Data Analysis.

The Importance in Accuracy in Background Screening

Cisive

Companies must consider both Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) guidelines for collecting, using, and disposing of background check information. Why Thorough & Accurate Background Screening Matters for Employers. On the other hand, consider not hiring a candidate because of a faulty or inaccurate background screen—or the liability for running a background check on a candidate but neglecting to inform them.

How to Audit Your Employer Brand in One Day and Improve Talent Attraction

Aberdeen HCM Essentials

Employer branding is having its 15 minutes of fame right now, but every sensible employer knows there’s more to it than just the buzzword. With the right employer brand, your candidates should be lining up to apply like a southern gal at a Lilly Pulitzer for Target premiere.

How to Weave Diversity and Inclusion into your Employer Brand - Sapling Blog

Sapling

The employer brand is your company’s value proposition and reputation that current and prospective employees use to evaluate whether or not your company is an attractive place to work. So we would told our recruiting team to look for that culture-add and this has been a good mindshift.

The digital revolution and your candidate as customer

Bersin with Deloitte

Now, a competitive job market and underlying social and workforce trends have given employers another royal to consider: candidates. Applicant Tracking systems, Candidate Relationship Management systems, online sourcing, screening and assessment tools, social media sites, etc.,

How to recruit on YouTube

Workable

For recruiters who want to expand their sourcing techniques, YouTube is a channel worth exploring. Here’s a guide to recruiting on YouTube: How to get started with YouTube recruitment. You’ll be prompted to create a Brand Account. Describe your recruiting process.

Recruit to Avoid Negative Glassdoor Reviews

Survale HR

According to Jobvite, 33% of organizations they surveyed have received negative reviews based on interactions that occur during the recruiting process. In other words, it pays when organizations recruit to avoid negative glassdoor reviews. Candidate Satisfaction Employer Brand

Social Media Screening: Pros, Cons, and Tips

Recruiters Lineup

It is no wonder that there are more social media recruiting strategies now than ever before. It is a cost-effective way of encouraging job seekers to apply for vacancies, it can boost your employer branding and create a positive candidate experience. General Recruiting

The most common recruiting challenges and how to overcome them

Workable

But, most recruiters would gravitate to a few common recruiting challenges. Here are the 8 common recruiting challenges we hear most often, and solutions to overcome them to make your hiring more effective: 1. It’s a fast way to screen out people who aren’t right for the role.”.

TOP 11 recruitment software to look out for in 2020 [+ G2 reviews]

Skillate

The recruitment game has changed drastically over the last decade. It is moving away from resume and phone screening of candidates to video interviews and skill assessments. As per studies, the global recruitment software market was valued at USD 1753.2

Understanding talent acquisition vs. recruitment in 2020

PeopleStrategy

As such, it is important to have a viable talent sourcing / recruiting process in place. This brings to mind a question about the differences between talent acquisition and recruitment , which are often confused with each other. It’s hard to put a value on talent.