Welcome back to Recruitment Analytics and Job Advertising News–our monthly content roundup that pulls together all of the articles and blogs we’ve been reading about recruitment analytics and job advertising.
This column is a compilation of all the content we’ve sent to our newsletter subscribers over the course of the past month. Sign up for our newsletter now to get these updates sent directly to your inbox each week.
December’s Recruitment Analytics News
Recruitment Marketing Analytics: 3 Common Data Mistakes to Avoid in 2018
As HR and talent acquisition professionals’ needs and strategies evolve, recruitment marketing is becoming more data-centric. And, while data can provide a roadmap for success, mistakes in the way you gather, interpret or calculate that data could create problems in your strategy. With 2018 here, it’s important to understand common data mistakes and how to avoid them to set yourself up for success in the year ahead.
Three Reasons Why HR Needs Data Science
It’s safe to say that most people who enter the space of Human Resources don’t have a degree or formal training in data science. But as the era of Big Data pushes forward, more and more HR and talent acquisition professionals are learning that good analytics can lead to incredible results. In this post from TLNT, you’ll learn about three common reasons HR managers are bringing data science into their departments.
The 3 Hottest Trends That Will Impact Recruiters in 2018
As 2018 is here, many companies are prioritizing improving the effectiveness of their talent acquisition and recruitment efforts. The job market continues to become increasingly competitive as unemployment further declines in America, which has a lot of recruitment professionals focusing on speeding up the hiring process and finding the right, quality candidates. Now is the time for talent acquisition pros to think like marketers and utilize analytics for more effective strategies. Read on for tips on improving your recruitment process efficiency in this new year.
HR Technology: 3 Microtrends Driving Change
HR technology has seen many innovations through the past years and even dates back to the 1970s- before the internet. We are nowhere near seeing an end to such advancements as more companies see the benefit of HR technology. Bersin by Deloitte’s research finds “45 percent of large companies and 51 percent of mid-sized companies are increasing their spending on HR technology.” Read on for ways to include technology in your company’s HR and talent acquisition programs in 2018.
What You Can Do in Q4 to Pave the Way for 2018 Hiring Success
One of the most stressful aspects of planning for a new year is not knowing whether or not you’re focusing on the right areas of your strategy. To help, Monster has put together a list of more than a handful of best practices that have been proven to lead to success. Here, you’ll learn why data should be top of mind, where to monitor regulatory changes and much more.
December’s Job Advertising News
50 Recruitment Conferences to Consider for 2018
With the new year here, it’s likely that your teams are planning which events you want to attend. Whether you’re in the US or the UK, whether you’re part of an in-house employer team or with a staffing or recruiting agency, or even if you’re a job board or employment site, we’ve got conferences for you! Download this list of 50 Recruitment Conferences to keep handy, and mark your calendars for any events that interest you.
10 Job Board Contracts You Should Consider for 2018, Part 2
Q4 is normally reserved for planning. And, if you’re in recruitment marketing, this usually means reviewing current, and evaluating potential, job board contracts. In Part 2 of this mini-series, we cover our contract recommendations No. 6-10. Read on to learn more.
2017: The Year That Was in Recruitment Marketing
The Job Board Doctor reviews 2017's trends, events and everything in between. From Google and Facebook stepping into the industry to news about big name industry brand changes, the last year has been a whirlwind of events in the recruitment marketing industry. Read on to see the full 2017 recap.
Study Highlights 10 Emerging Jobs for U.S. Grads
As an HR or talent acquisition professional, keeping your finger on the pulse of industry trends is a must--and this goes beyond technology and best practices. The most successful recruitment marketers understand job trends as well, such as which professions are attracting talent and which are becoming roles of the past. Here, ERE highlights a university study that highlights the professions U.S. college grads are flocking to, shedding light on the jobs that will soon become harder to fill as demand rises.
November HWOL Report: Job Ads Increase by 137,100
While the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ monthly Jobs Reports help us gauge unemployment rates and economic growth, there’s another metric HR and talent acquisition professionals should be aware of. Each month, The Conference Board puts out their Help Wanted Online (HWOL) reports to chart the change in the number of online job ads on a monthly basis. Here, November’s HWOL report reflects the strong growth that we saw in the BLS’s November Jobs Report. Read on to get a more detailed look at the online job market.
Net Neutrality Round 2: What Will Our New World Look Like
The battle over Net Neutrality might be the most important piece of news you’re not paying attention to--but then again, who can keep up with today’s blazing fast newscycle. If you’re unaware of the issue or how it will directly affect your everyday life, the Job Board Doctor has done a great job of laying out all of the details here. In this post, you’ll get a better understanding of the FCC’s upcoming vote and how it could seriously wreak havoc on the online recruiting space as we know it.
A New Technique in Marketing That Has Intriguing Possibilities for Recruiters
As we’ve discussed at length on the Recruitics Blog, recruiters must think like marketers if they want to be successful in today’s ultra-competitive talent markets (read our blog series here). With that in mind, the new marketing technique of IP targeting is one that HR and talent acquisition professionals need to take notice of. Here, you’ll learn about what IP targeting is, how it works and how you can use it to your advantage in recruitment.
Don’t miss out on recruitment analytics and job advertising news like this. Sign up for our newsletter to get great content delivered to you on a weekly basis, and don’t forget to keep an eye on the Recruitics Blog.
Posted by Maegan SharpLinkedIn