In theory, Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) gives companies the ability to pass human recruiting tasks on to automated tools. Not only does this delegate the prescreening process to a robot, it can also prevent would-be candidates from even becoming applicants. This...
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How much of the sourcing, interview, and hiring process are you leaving to chance? Ironically, corporate production is a numbers game, but many times the recruiting process runs more on gut feel than a standardized process.
All recruiting is not equal. Corporate recruiting is different from the process of sourcing and hiring in the nonprofit sector. Nonprofit recruitment is more challenging and differs from for-profit efforts to find talent in three key ways. Here’s why nonprofit recruiting can be so difficult, and how hiring teams can improve their chances of success.
If you’ve newly entered the world of being a federal contractor, you may be less familiar with some of the requirements related to recruiting. No doubt you’ve already had a handle on the rules of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for a while, but now it’s important to clearly understand the rulings of the Office of Federal Contract and Compliance Programs (OFCCP) as well.
Today, just about everyone is interested in how to recruit and retain millennials, i.e., the population born between 1981 and 1996. This year, millennials surpassed Baby Boomers as the largest living population cohort, with more than 73 million of them in the marketplace. With the unemployment rate at its lowest rate since 1969, recruiting millennials should be an important part of any company’s hiring strategy.