5 Recruiting Metrics that Drive Business Value
Recruiting the right people at the right time is one of the most challenging endeavors for any company. Even with existing talent gaps, some businesses may hesitate to start hiring due to the resources necessary for securing top talent. Learn how recruiters and hiring managers can take a data-driven approach to recruiting.
Webinar: Recruitment Workflow Best Practices
The average time to hire in the US continues to hover around 24 days and can cost thousands of dollars. Every organization operates differently, and not every role has the same challenges. From the simple to the complex, it is important to review your process and prevent candidates from dropping off or falling through the cracks. Watch this webinar to learn how to rein in talent acquisition workflows, align your processes to your recruiting software, and shorten overall time to hire.
PeopleFluent Mid-Enterprise Recruitment Product Sheet
The success of your growing workforce depends on finding the right people. You need to attract and hire the same talent as larger competitors, and do it with a fraction of the resources. There is no room for error. PeopleFluent Recruitment software for the mid-enterprise workforce streamlines recruiting with intelligent sourcing, modern candidate and recruitment experiences, onboarding, hiring analytics and insights. Empowering managers and providing positive candidate experiences.
2019 Bersin Talent Sourcing Solutions: Market Primer Report
In its latest analysis, Bersin, Deloitte Consulting evaluated solutions providers. Only PeopleFluent offers all 14 expected standard and differentiated capabilities to improve the candidate experience and boost recruiter productivity.
HCI Talent Pulse Report: Beyond the Interview
Talent Pulse from the Human Capital Institute (HCI) explores the latest trends and challenges in talent management. Through quarterly reports, Talent Pulse is designed to provide practitioners and decision makers with prescriptive methods to rehabilitate the health and wellness of human capital, and to empower employees and leaders to effectively address future challenges.
The 4 Best Practices for your Onboarding Checklist
Your onboarding program is one of the most influential talent processes. Done well, it integrates a new hire into team and company culture, setting the stage for a successful tenure. This guide walks you through the process of creating a checklist to drive employee onboarding processes so you can decrease turnover and boost engagement, productivity, and satisfaction—and kickstart a successful employee experience.
Solving High Volume Recruiting
More than 100 occupations in the U.S. currently post more job requisitions than actual hires per month. The resurgence in the post-recession job market has left unemployment at a record low, making the competition for top talent fierce.
The RX for Effective Recruiting in Healthcare
Good recruitment is about making sure candidates are right for your organization... and that your organization is right for them.
Social Recruiting Inside and Out of the Enterprise
Human beings have always been social creatures. Social experiences influence how individuals think, develop potential, and interact with others. In the workplace, social collaboration and communication are critical for building connections, generating ideas, spurring innovation and creating a cohesive culture.
A Buyer's Guide for Talent Acquisition Technology
Choosing an enterprise recruiting solution is a high stakes assignment. Getting it right means asking the right questions. This guide can help you define your needs, evaluate and compare your options, and prepare for a smooth implementation.
4 Steps to Happier Hiring Managers
Hiring managers often find themselves in a tough spot. Their workloads are piling up by the hour. Their calendars are booked, their inboxes are full, and they have nobody to which they can delegate any tasks. When it comes time for a hiring manager to add an employee or two to their team, they want to hire the best talent as quickly as possible—but with an already overwhelming schedule, how are they supposed to make time to locate the right people for the job?