Attract More Millennials Using These 4 Workplace Tweaks
Just as millennials offer unique benefits to your company, they expect in return a unique recruiting approach and workplace environment. Many millennials have expectations of an employer that differ from the expectations of earlier generations—and some of those things they want may be easier for you to provide than you might think.
The 7 Point Plan to Employer Brand Management
How can your organization use employer brand management to attract, recruit and retain the best talent? What social media channels work best for employer branding?
A Trip Advisor for Recruitment and Building an Employer Brand
Let’s flip things over and look at the market from the candidate’s point of view. Many job seekers genuinely struggle to get their first employment break but there others – notably those who are highly skilled and educated with lots of relevant experience—who can effectively pick and choose. For them the personal challenge is not only to find a job per se, but to join an organisation that chimes with their own aspirations and cultural values.
Effective Branding Boosts Recruitment, Retention
(Bloomberg BNA, 30.09.15)
Successful employer branding gives job seekers a true picture of the organization and helps it stand out as an employer of choice, speakers said Sept. 25 at jobs website Glassdoor’s second annual employer branding summit in San Francisco.
“Dreaming big is not just an opportunity, it is an expectation. The best people want to work on the biggest challenges.” —Lisa Gevelber