International Recruitment Issues
In the digital world, the old management adage, ‘you can’t manage what you don’t measure,’ has taken on new meaning. Staying on top of the numbers in a social recruitment campaign is crucial to achieve the best results.
Twitter is now one of the fastest growing social networks in South Africa, expanding by 129% to reach 5.5 million users by August 2013 which offers many new possibilities for recruiters.
Despite technological advances, shared insights and loads of research, predicting who will be a good fit for the organisation continues to elude hiring managers and recruitment experts. What criteria will recruiters use in future to determine suitability?
Recruiting with video is becoming an incredibly powerful way to reach top talent as candidates spend progressively less time reading and ever more time watching online videos, film and TV to get their information.
Social media platforms may complement employers’ recruitment strategies but they’ll never replace the traditional recruitment process, whose strength is human engagement, writes Niteske Marshall, MD of Network Recruitment.
There is a new generation of workers known as the Millennials currently entering the workforce.Who are the Millennials? Before employers can attract these workers and benefit from their talent, we must understand them.
The Internet user base in SA grew 25%, from 6.8 million in 2010 to 8.5 million at the end of 2011. For this reason eRecruitment is fast becoming an attractive medium for reaching talented people.
Social networks have grown to the extent that they have become a primary channel through which people now engage in business.
With the recent publication of the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, it’s interesting to compare the employment of economies that are closely linked with South Africa’s and the impact on the economic and employment standing of South Africa.
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