Job boards are by far the most popular destination for jobseekers. Their popularity can often leaves agencies and direct employers competing for the same candidates in the same talent pool. In this article we uncover how recruitment software can be your competitive advantage when it comes to hiring top talent.
Career Sites are all about first impressions. If you can strike the right tone with your career site, you could be cherry-picking the best candidates out there... or you could end up with network traffic quieter than a crypt. If you want to avoid the latter option, then check out these tips below.
When it's time to recruit how do you reach your ideal candidate?
Most businesses use job board advertising and/or recruitment agencies to help them hire. In some cases, agencies can be very useful. If you're in a niche industry or require a board level employee a specialist agency can help you hire a 'unicorn employee' (albeit at a hefty price tag).
However, for the majority of vacancies online recruitment is the perfect way to hire talent faster at a much lower cost than traditional recruitment methods. In this article we highlight the top 5 benefits associated with online recruitment.
When it comes to energy providers you've probably heard of the "big 6" but what about the recruitment industries "big 4"?...
Recruitment advertising has evolved dramatically over the last couple of years. Job boards success and popularity has attracted the attention of some of the largest advertising platforms in the world and now they want in on the action.
By 2020 it's predicted that Millennials will make up 35% of the global workforce, whilst the even younger 'Gen Z' group will make up 24%. With little over 16 months until the statistics becomes reality it's never been more important to attract and recruit younger talent to the business.
To help you understand the mindset of a millennial we've compiled 5 key statistics on their behaviour and how to utilise social media to attract younger talent.
Top talent is hard to come by, in reality we're all fishing in the same talent pool. Perfecting the recruitment process is critical to hiring the best employees. Here's three tips to keeping your candidates happy throughout the process.
It's been an exciting few weeks here at Talentvine. We've integrated with Jobs on Facebook, witnessed the arrival of Google for Jobs and last but not least, launched our own marketplace! Find out how we've made it even easier to recruit with Talentvine.
Starting a new job can be an intimidating step forward. It's like swimming against a tidal wave, hoping you don't get swept away. You don't want to get to the end of the first month only to find out that you have burnt out, fatigued, and considering starting up the whole job-seeking process from scratch.
To avoid this hellish scenario, these are a few pointers you should bear in mind once you start your new job, and with luck, you can avoid that premature burnout.
A technological whirlwind is on the horizon. One that could redefine the recruitment business as we know it...GDPR.
The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation is only months away, are you prepared?
We've put together 5 key pieces of information you must know in order to make sure your recruitment process is up to date, legal and compliant.
Ready to recruit? When hiring it's easy to fall into the habit of using the same old interview questions time and time again. Maybe it's because you know exactly what answers you're looking for from a candidate. Or perhaps you simply don't have time to research a new set.
We've compiled our top 10 interview questions to help you identify the best applicant for your business in 2018. We've also included our explanation to why these questions work best and how you can use them to match a candidate's values and traits to your business.