In a recent blog post we declared that strategic candidate sourcing was not, in fact, dead. Instead, we proposed that technological advances have simply changed the way recruiters do it. Today, we dive a little deeper and explore 52 statistics about modern candidate sourcing. Our hope is that you can use these statistics to inform and evolve your current candidate sourcing strategy.
As a recruiter, it may seem unnatural to think of yourself as a sales rep; after all, you work with people, not products. But, like consumers, candidates aren’t always immediately interested in what you have to offer.
In today’s chaotic hiring market, recruitment marketing has emerged as a widely adopted practice among recruiters and HR professionals. By definition, recruitment marketing is a tactic used by an organization to source, manage, and nurture passive talent — before they apply to an open position. Continue reading “How to Recruit Like a Marketer”
In 2011 we answered five questions about the B2B recruiting landscape. Today, we revisit the same questions to determine how the industry has evolved. Let’s take a look. Continue reading “B2B Recruiting: A Q&A”
Performance based hiring is exactly what it sounds like— a process used by recruiters to find and hire top talent. This four-step approach streamlines the standard recruiting processes of sourcing, screening, and interviewing candidates.
In today’s post, we provide you with a step-by-step guide to an effective performance based hiring strategy. Continue reading “The Definitive Guide to Performance Based Hiring”