When a company reaches a certain size, the major stakeholders are often faced with a difficult question; should they outsource their recruitment efforts or try to handle everything in-house? While there’s no definitive answer as to which option is better, the differences between both could mean that one method is a better choice for a company.
2019 is just around the corner and before you say it, yes we know, Terrifying Halloween has just passed and it’s still only November! But while other companies are busy planning their Christmas parties, now is the perfect opportunity for you to get a head-start on your plans for recruitment. Yes, we’re talking about recruitment events in 2019 and why you should be paying very close attention to them.
It’s that time of year when things go bump in the night and fully-grown adults hide under the covers in fear. Yes, it’s Halloween and in between mouthfuls of trick or treat candy, we’ve been reminiscing over the horrors we witnessed during the year. While they may not be the stuff of Hammer Horror, these Halloween recruitment horrors are no less terrifying for anyone associated with the industry. Read on… if you dare!
The word diversity has different meanings for so many people. For some it means people of all ages, for others, it’s a matter of ethnicity, while there are many more who think of diversity in terms of male and female. But what about a person’s sexual orientation or gender identification? While the recruitment industry works tirelessly to create an inclusive hiring process that appeals to people of all backgrounds, have some of us forgotten to include the LGBTQ community in our efforts?
Whether it’s an in-house recruiter or one that works for a recruitment agency or staffing company, it’s all the same work, right? Well, actually, no it’s not. While they all have the same ultimate goal of filling vacant positions, they often go about their jobs in a very different way.