Tag Archive: Talent Acquisition Research and Insights

Is It Time to Set SLAs with Your Hiring Managers?

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Are you in a rule-setting, by-the-book type of organization? Or recruiting for the type that relies on open communication and a verbal commitment to deliver on promises? Though it may seem like Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for talent acquisition naturally fit well with the first scenario and not at all with the second, that’s really... read more

Candidate Experience is Top 2018 Priority for TA Leaders

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A new study indicates large-enterprise TA leaders are concentrating heavily on candidate experience this year. In an independent study recently released by Montage, TA leaders at the director level and above were asked to rank their 2018 initiatives by order of importance to their organization’s strategy. Though candidate experience, diversity and inclusion, predicting future performance... read more

5 Top Financial Services Industry Recruiting Trends

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As 2017 ended, many organizations began speculating about 2018 recruiting trends and how they would affect certain industries. Now that we’re knee-deep in the first quarter, some industries are seeing these trends take shape. The financial services industry recruiting trends comes with its own unique set of compliance requirements as well as intense competition for... read more

Latest CandE Research Part III: Video Interviewing is a Top 5 Recruiting Tech Investment

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Research into recruiting processes wouldn’t be complete without questions about recruiting tech, and Talent Board doesn’t disappoint. In its latest candidate experience research report Talent Board comments, “Technology continues to play a significant role in helping companies streamline the interview and selection process.” It goes on to reveal that among the 240 employers participating in the research,... read more

Latest CandE Research Part II: What Candidates Want

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Talent Board may not have a crystal ball for the future of talent acquisition, but it certainly has the next best thing: Data from more than 183,000 candidates on their job search experience. Now into its fifth year of reporting, Talent Board’s CandE awards and benchmarking program is all about helping businesses evaluate and improve... read more

Latest CandE Research: 240+ Employers Weigh in on Recruiting

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Talent Board’s most recent candidate experience research is out, and with more than 240 North American employers and 183,000+ job seekers weighing in, it’s worth the read.  Talent Board started its CandE awards and benchmarking program about five years ago to help organizations elevate their candidate experience. Since then, as participation has grown, its value... read more

Getting Your Company to Buy Into the Candidate Experience

So much of talent acquisition news today concerns the candidate experience, and TA professionals know why: 86% of recruiters say the job market is candidate-driven in their industry sectors. They realize their hiring process must with align with candidates’ expectations or they’re just spinning their wheels. However, not everyone inside an organization may see the need to... read more

What’s Driving the Rise in Video Interviewing?

Five years ago, companies using video interviewing were the early adopters, those willing to try new technology in order to get a jump on their competitors. Today, video interviewing is mainstream – the data backs that up. In the most recent class of CandE Award winners, 75% use video interviewing. Nearly 80% of companies with more than... read more

CandE Data Gives Voice to Candidates

Last week Talent Board Co-Founder and Chairman Elaine Orler revealed some lessons learned from the most recent CandE research. This annual research and awards program aims to help employers improve the candidate experience by evaluating how companies and candidates engage during the hiring process. The data for North America is comprised of confidential survey responses from... read more