New technology tools, better availability of data, and best practices honed over years of painstaking matchmaking have produced a golden age for recruiters – and the most successful ones are finally putting the candidate front and center in the discussion. Particularly in technology and digital fields, candidates are increasingly calling the shots, and they’re a very demanding audience.
The headlines collated in Human Resources Today tell the story of the rise and fall of culture fit in recruiting.
Technology isn’t just changing workplace tools,” write the authors of the 2017 Accenture Technology Vision report on Workforce Marketplaces. “It’s also radically reinventing the way businesses are designed, built, and run.”
If you’ve ever engaged in passive recruiting, you’ve seen first hand that it’s not an easy task. It’s understandable why recruiters want to give passive recruiting a try. The active job market, especially in tech, is highly competitive and there’s a growing shortfall of qualified candidates to go around
working with your millennial employees to empower them with new responsibilities as well as with formal professional development, employers can create the room for growth that millennials seek.
Phone interviews are the first step to getting hired — and it’s a daunting first step for even the most seasoned of job seekers. Here’s our checklist of 19 game-changing phone interview tips for before, after, and during your phone interview.