Tracking recruitment metrics can aid data-based decision-making, reduce time-to-hire and cost-per-hire by making the process more efficient, and improving retention rates. Here, we reveal the top ten recruitment metrics every recruiter should be measuring, and why.
Daniel Chilcott, General Manager of Learning and HR Services at Programmed, explains; “Both industries are expanding very quickly. Health and education are such delicate areas because you’re looking after people’s welfare. We need to be especially thorough in our verification of qualifications and experience for these placements."
Daniel Chilcott, General Manager of Learning and HR Services at Programmed, explains; "We need the right person in the role, in the right time frame."
The success or failure of a business can come down to how it treats its most vulnerable workers, according to Joanne Lockwood from SEE Change Happen. She explains why marginalisation in the workplace is still an issue and offers tips to improve hiring best practices.
Recruiters are working harder than ever to meet KPIs in a candidate-rich market. Here’s the newest ways AI assistants and screening platforms are offering a helping hand.
Traditional onboarding processes are clunky, paper-based, and fail to keep new-starters engaged in the crucial period between signing the contract and their first day at work. We explore the benefits of digital onboarding platforms and how they can improve your candidate experience.
Candidates are customers too. Learn why recruiters have a responsibility to be brand ambassadors for their organisations at every step of the hiring process.
With bulk rejection emails and bad candidate experiences, companies have been treating job seekers poorly for a long time. But what happens when candidates have enough and turn the tables? Here’s how to avoid being ‘ghosted’.
Did you know organisations are potentially liable for data breaches related to the personal information they collect about candidates during recruitment? Here’s why data protection should be a top priority for all employers.
Social media is an efficient and effective channel for employer branding that HR professionals can no longer ignore. In a new series of videos, we look at the why, what and how of social media essentials for employer branding.
Organisations need relevant and thoroughly vetted information in order to make informed hiring decisions. That’s why a standardised approach to screening is best for building a positive company culture.