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Inbound Recruitment: The Best Practice for Attaining Top Talent The term inbound marketing was coined by HubSpot back in 2006 to describe a new way of doing marketing. It was described as a business methodology that attracts customers by creating valuable content and experiences tailored to them. This is where the concept of Inbound Recruitment came from— creating a remarkable candidate experience through employer brand content and marketing strategies that help companies build relationships with...

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What is gamification? Gamification is the use of a gaming environment to recreate work-like experiences and scenarios in a fun and engaging environment. It simply introduces game elements into non-game situations. Gamification first became popular in 2010 and has remained a successful way to increase customer and employee engagement and has been adopted by many companies. Gamification can help motivate people to learn and solve problems in a new and different way, whilst adding healthy...

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At the very start of your career, you’ve got your whole life and vocation ahead of you and that can be as intimidating as it is exhilarating. Piloting a career in the fast-paced world of recruiting and talent acquisition is tough and mistakes are inevitable. LinkedIn have asked 10 influential leaders in the world of recruiting and HR to reflect and here are some of the best pieces of career advice they gave for young...

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Ghosting is when candidates disappear from the selection process without any warning, and is a growing and increasingly popular trend. In fact, according to a report by Indeed in February 2021, 28% of job applicants ghosted a prospective employer over the past year, an increase of 18% from 2019. There are various ways in which employers are being ghosted – some candidates are disappearing from the hiring process at the first steps, after an initial...

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1. Definition of the Great Attrition phenomenon  The Great Attrition is a current phenomenon whereby large numbers of employees are leaving companies, and companies are struggling to retain the best talent. This phenomenon has been maximised in the post-COVID economic environment, the nature of the workplace has changed, and it has been demonstrated that it is possible to work from anywhere in many cases, and this has led to a shift in employees’ priorities as...

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We are all human, and we all make mistakes. This is inevitable. Some mistakes are easily avoided, such as scheduling important meetings for the wrong time, or sending emails to the wrong recipient. The good thing about these is that even if they do happen, they can be easily prevented from happening again. However, as recruiters, some of the most common mistakes are ones that we probably don’t even realise we’re making. Read on and...

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Due to the situation caused by Covid-19, millions of unemployed people are at risk of exclusion from the labour market, with the economic and social consequences that this entails. Firstly, because it is difficult for them to find a job, and secondly, because they are unable to access higher quality and more sustainable jobs due to a lack of digital skills. In order to improve the employability of these professionals in a situation of redundancy, the Transformational...

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The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of recruitment, where talent recruitment looks very different than it did a mere 15 or 16 months ago, before the crisis; forcing many to turn to mostly virtual and digital recruiting processes, with the rise and emergence of more sophisticated hybrid recruiting models. Additionally, organisations are becoming much more intentional about fostering cultures that prioritise diversity, equity and inclusion. So, what’s next? What is the long-term picture for...

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“Hiring talent remains the number one concern of CEOs in the most recent Conference Board Annual Survey; it’s also the top concern of the entire executive suite,” according to the Harvard Business Review. The ‘war for talent’ refers to an increasingly competitive landscape for the recruitment and retention of talented employees. In 1997, the phrase was coined by Steven Hankin, of McKinsey & Company. What’s more, according to Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends survey, 61% of...

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According to the latest “Future of Work 2021 Global Outlook” report by Monster, after analysing their findings from the vast amount of data gathered, they pinpointed the top three recruiting challenges identified by recruiters for 2021: Finding candidates with the right skills, Work/life balance expectation, Virtual recruiting Challenge 1: Finding candidates with the right skills So why is it difficult to find candidates with the right skills? The nature of work is rapidly changing due...