WHY COMMUNICATION IS THE BACKBONE OF RECRUITING

Any seasoned HR professional will tell you that communication is the axle around which the wheel of recruitment spins.  Recruiting is by and large a communication centric process and any recruiter worth their salt spends the majority of their time establishing solid communication lines between themselves, the clients and candidates. Communication is the key to successfully finding clients and retaining them. Making sure that the client gets the best possible talent in the shortest possible time is the credo by which any reputable consulting firm operates. Similarly communication with the candidates is equally important in creating and maintaining a large diverse talent pool. A mistake that many new recruiters make is thinking that the communication ends with providing a client with a consultant or getting a consultant a Job. The best recruiters know that communication truly comes into play once the potential candidate has gotten the job. Someone who is
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5 BRAND NEW WAYS TO ATTRACT TOP TALENT BY RECRUITERS

Recruiting companies are constantly trying various things to appeal top talent. Not all of them work as expected but some do. Here you will read about some of the best and newest techniques used by top recruiters to find quality resource. 1.Hire People Not Skills There is a famous saying “hire people, not skills”, this is because it is much easier to teach someone skills rather than ask them to change their behavior and attitude. Sometimes it is more important if a candidate holds a passion towards your mission and values rather than the skills he has got. 2.Skype interviews For interviewing, smart recruiters mostly shortlist candidates through recruitment-specific calling software like Skype, ring-central, google hangouts etc. In the next phase, shortlisted or top candidates are then invited for an in-person interview with the client or recruiting team. 3.Online networking events Sometime recruiters turn to online networking platforms or events
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10 SIGNS YOUR APPLICANT TRACKING SYSTEM NEEDS A FIX

The Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) were introduced in late 1990’s. These systems were designed for job seekers so that they can track applicants for employers. If you think your applicant tracking system is stuck and not producing required results, then you should look for these 10 signs, if true, will mean it’s time for an update. 1.Candidate Drop-Off Rates and Experience Past: APLLICANT TRACKING SYSTEM was designed as a retailer site and it has an account functionality, shopping cart and the ones which had a username and password. Today: you can complete and submit an application on any career site in just one click. 2.Turning Every Employee in Your Company into a Recruiter and Employee Referrals Past: The employees used to visit an employee referral page to see the new updates regarding new jobs and apply to the company they know. Today: ATS has high technology that will automatically find
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3 WAYS TO KEEP HOLD OF YOUR BEST EMPLOYEES

When someone ask you “what is the best way to keep your best employee happy?” Most probably you would say two words “increase compensation” but there are lot of other factors as well that holds a key to keep best employees at bay from competitors. Foster Clear Career Paths After financial benefits, opportunity to grow, learn and develop, is considered second biggest attraction for most working people. A common though of every person is “Where do I go from here?” or “Where will I be in five to ten years?” We also know that grass looks greener from the other side but if employer satisfies these thoughts then most of the employees will be happy to stay with the company rather than jump the ship. Those employees who are loyal to the company should be rewarded as well in terms of healthy bonuses and appreciation. Recruiting agencies usually hire people
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