Happy Friday! Take a look at this week’s must read articles for recruiters, hiring managers and everyone in between:
The Do’s and Don’ts of Posting Your Job on Indeed (Read @ Lead with Indeed)
While we want our job seekers to find the right roles for them, we also want recruiters to find the best candidates for their jobs. So, how can you create a job listing that’ll give you a successful hire?
Imagine a Hiring Process Without Resumes (read @ HBR)
Despite near record unemployment during the Covid-19 recession, plenty of employers will face major challenges in hiring low-skill, entry-level workers when economic conditions improve.
The most confusing parts of job applications, according to graduating college students (Read @ Fast Company)
Young adults entering the workforce include two generations, Millennials, and Gen-Zers. And while there are differences present across these two groups, they are similar in at least this way: They expect transparency in everything, including their jobs.
6 Entrepreneurs Share Views on Hiring Candidates With Employment Gaps (Read @ Inc.)
How do potential employers feel about significant employment gaps? The question is asked and answered.
Remote onboarding: welcoming new hires virtually (Read @ Monster)
As companies around the globe transition to a more remote workforce, many businesses are having to adapt their hiring policies as a result. One of the biggest changes is the need to use remote onboarding to get new hires up to speed.
How to Attract Generation Z Candidates to Your Organization (Read @ SHRM)
Generation Z is the newest generation to enter the workforce. Ranging in age between 9-24 years old (born between 1997 and 2012), Gen Z is expected to make up a larger percentage of the global workforce than the Boomer generation (24 percent versus 6 percent).
Crafting a Job Offer That Won’t Get Rejected (Read @ HR Daily Advisor)
Recruiting can be an intense process. It takes a lot of effort to get from needing to fill a vacancy to getting a great candidate actually into the role and up to full productivity. Time, money, and a lot of hard work go into the process. The last thing an employer wants is to make a job offer to a great candidate and get rejected.
4 Things Your Recruiter Would NEVER Say (…But Really Wants To) (Read @ LinkedIn)
Hiring is a critical component to increasing diversity. We can all agree on this, right? Can we also agree that because recruiters are on the front lines of hiring, they are a key component to dismantling bias because they have access to the full hiring process?
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