Employers are finding it more difficult to retain the current talent that they have. Today's labor market is extremely competitive, and recruiting new employees can be a laborious task. Have you considered policy and culture changes that help to retain the current employees you have? Sounds simple, right? Not necessarily. The tips below are some of the leading practices from employers who have proven to have strong retention rates.
As the landscape of recruitment begins to change, so must the strategies and tactics you employ. The shift in digital recruitment marketing and social media recruiting has changed the corporate world forever. Gone are the days of stagnant job postings that result in lost production from prolonged vacant roles. The job market is more competitive than ever, which has resulted in a shift in power from employers picking candidates to candidates now having their choice of employers.
In the ever-competitive world of recruitment, where social media recruiting has provided an easier way to engage job searchers, companies are realizing that the best way to find the talent they need is to attract more qualified candidates. Simple enough, right? But in the digital age of recruitment marketing, companies must be able to efficiently sift through the high numbers of unqualified candidates in order to find the right talent, allowing them to streamline the application process, saving time and money, and creating a more meaningful user experience.