"The advantage of having JobTeaser is that you can keep in touch with all the schools in a context where the employer brand has been reinvented. A large part of our actions took the form of physical events in schools and universities, or collective recruitment sessions at our premises".
Recruiting the New Generation
If anyone is clearly winning in the war for talent, it is Gen Z. Young professionals are aware of the shortage of skilled workers and are choosing their employers according to their own wishes and needs. When recruiting, companies that want to retain promising employees must therefore carefully consider how appropriate measures can be successfully integrated into the overall strategy.
What are the recruiting trends in 2021? And what should you be prepared for in order to efficiently recruit excellent employees and Generation Z talent next year? We present an overview of the six most important recruiting trends for 2021.
This year, JobTeaser is carrying out a major reflection on the future of recruitment. We are exploring different European viewpoints on the subject to find out more about what recruitment will look like tomorrow. Today, we discover the insights of Rachel Hewitt, Director of Policy and Advocacy at HEPI, the Higher Education Policy Institute, an organisation that works with higher education institutions, government and policymakers.
Over 7,000 young people aged 18 to 27, 237 companies, and 175 careers services in higher education across 15 countries responded to JobTeaser’s in-depth survey between the 1st and 8th April 2020, with the findings explored in a detailed report entitled, ‘Employment, Recruitment, and the Realities of COVID-19: Are young people weathering the crisis?’.
The COVID-19 epidemic has significantly changed the way most of our partner companies recruit. As a result, many have been in touch for advice on their methods. Should recruitment continue? Can the process be moved online? How can delays be communicated?
Whether your recruitments have been frozen or are unaffected by the current crisis, it’s important for your employer branding to remain consistent. Changes to your current recruitment campaigns might have minimal long-term effects for your company, however, employer branding is a long-term investment that requires a long-term commitment. Staying in the minds of your future top talent is essential to futureproofing your talent pool.
Only one in five Millennials believe they have all the skills and knowledge they’ll need for the future of work (Deloitte, Millennial Survey, 2019). What role can companies and institutions play to support them in a time of unprecedented change?
At JobTeaser, we’ve got your back. We’ve put together a list of 8 fantastic books on human resources that we think make fantastic festive purchases – whether it be for yourself or someone else in your life!
Jérémy Lamri, Research & Innovation Director at JobTeaser, reviews the 5 top trends to look out for in 2020 within HR departments in companies.
In recent years, the jobs market has seen strong competition forcing companies to reinvent their recruitment and retention strategies. Indeed, say they’re having trouble recruiting the people they need. To respond to these challenges, HR departments have to adapt and come up with new ways of attracting talent. But in order to measure the relevance and effectiveness of any recently adopted strategies, HR dashboards are having to evolve too. Let’s take a look at some HR indicators (KPIs) to watch in 2020.
We invited hiring managers from two companies we work with to answer the most pressing resume-related questions.