It’s important to look at your employer brand in 2021 through the lens of the events of 2020. Your employer brand must keep up to stay meaningful and attractive to your employees and candidates. Are you ready for what’s next?
LinkedIn Takes a Moment to Provide a Welcome Warm Embrace.
Now that we have yours…let’s talk about career sites. Do you know which elements of your career site are getting the attention of your talent audience, and which elements are being bypassed by those you are seeking to attract?
In 2020, we virtualized. In 2021, we adapt and grow. The mainstream emergence of virtual events over the last year has been a stunning revolution for talent acquisition.
With the power of DISC(r) assessments, we can understand how one behaves, we can eliminate misconceptions and increase our effectiveness to communicate with one another.
The end of the year and beginning of the new year are always busy because we have been planning for the new year and there are countless contract renewals to be executed to deliver on the new strategy for the year ahead.
At some point in the next 18 months, you are likely to consider purchasing some new technology solutions to improve your talent acquisition and engagement approach.
Your Boss walks into your office and says I would like you to start going to campus. Before you order one giveaway, table display or contact a campus office stop and ask “Why?” What problem will a college recruiting program solve?
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Over the past 10 years, the value of ‘employer brand’ has risen drastically. We have been witness to many organizations successfully grasping all that employer brand entails.
Throughout the year, the HireClix team hosts a variety of local, intimate gatherings across the country. Some cities you’ll find happy hours or lunches, others you might find yourself conversing over a bountiful dinner.