You’re hiring a new member of your team, of your work family - you’re screening this candidate for a multitude of skills and qualifications, you’re looking for the right experience, maybe the ability to manage numbers, or for strong computer skills - hard skills, but what about soft skills? Finding those candidates with soft skills too is the way you should be hiring from here on out.
As recruitment professionals, you’ll be familiar with spending your time partaking in various stages of the screening process, and with mountains of them to view, review, sort through and log, you’ll need to know how to spot flaws, mistakes and obviously, the diamonds in the rough.
As a recruitment agency or a recruitment professional, you'll likely be familiar with the fact that Google has launched their own job search function - Google Jobs.
‘Play the role of the 2018 England football team in your recruitment agency.‘
The working life for many is changing, with an increasing variation in job titles and professions overall, new job titles, new industries and self-made statues are being invented and continuously introduced. You no longer recruit full time and part time workers, but now recruit them plus, freelancers, contractors and gig workers.
The recruitment landscape has changed vastly over the last decade, even over the past couple of years. Many of those steady, reliable methods and tools that were always at recruiters fingertips are now outdated and ineffective in finding and securing the best talent.