It's the fourth quarter and many human resource professionals are deep into strategic planning for the upcoming year. This week's Talent and HR News Weekly Update includes insight to help you plan for your organization's future. Enjoy!
New Report Reveals the Trends That Will Define Recruiting in 2017 from LinkedIn
It’s not too early to start for planning for 2017. The best way to do that is to look at this current year, assess how you stack against your peers and think about the trends that will shape your work over the next year. To help with that, LinkedIn just released its annual Global Recruiting Trends 2017 report.
The report is based on a survey of around 4,000 corporate talent acquisition leaders across 35 countries and it will give you a look into how recruiting leaders perceive the importance of their teams, the top metrics and priorities they track, as well as how they spend their budgets and where they’d like to invest.
Read the full weekly update.
There is a pervasive thought among technical candidates these days that the recruiters who are contacting them for opportunities haven't got a clue as to what they are doing. And, by and large, they are absolutely correct. After all, we're recruiters, and we're in a profession that has little to no barrier to entry.
While it's been proven that with the right amount of (correct) training, strong recruiters can be built in the model of nurture over nature, it doesn't happen by osmosis. So what can we do in order to help prepare ourselves better to speak with technical candidates? Because doing so will not only help us recruit better and build a stronger rapport with candidates, but will indirectly have a positive impact on your company's recruiting brand.
From Gen Z to IT, we’re sharing the latest hiring news and insight. Enjoy!
1) Forget Millennials. Are You Ready to Hire Generation Z? from Fortune
“As head of recruiting for the Americas at audit-and-consulting powerhouse EY (formerly Ernst & Young), Black has taken a close look at what Millennials’ younger brothers and sisters are hoping to find in their first jobs. For one thing, he’s met and chatted with many of the almost 4,000 interns working at EY this summer; and the firm recently surveyed 3,200 Gen Zers worldwide about what kind of company they’d feel most comfortable working for. Black also hosted a series of informal “town hall” gatherings on college campuses, inviting college students and local high school kids to talk about how they see their futures. “This is not a shy bunch,” he says. “They’re much more confident and assertive about their goals, and a lot more knowledgeable about employers, than Millennials were at the same age."
Here’s a complete guide for employers on the youngest generation entering the workforce...”
In this week's Talent and HR News Weekly Roundup, we're featuring insight into managing hiring and talent. Enjoy!
1) What to Look for When Hiring Your Startup Team from Inc.com
“There's a multitude of ideas to consider when building your team, and far more information than can be discussed in a single article. But if you keep these five basic suggestions in mind, you should be able to create the world-class team you had always dreamed of, and on a budget you can afford in your startup's early days.”
It’s no surprise that recruiting is evolving, and even changing as I write. Gone are the days when a simple newspaper ad brings in qualified candidates. Technology is making it easier to connect with and understand people. We have more access to data and people than ever before. This week’s roundup showcases some recent articles speaking to the future of recruiting. Fads? Or legitimate shifts in recruiting?
1) 3 Things That Should Define the Future of Recruiting from TLNT
“The future of recruiting depends on the future of technology. As we’ve seen, man hangs on for dear life as technology progresses. The person (or company) who understands the progress of tomorrow will have a leg up on the competition.”