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14 December 2017

Take Control of Your LinkedIn Investment

Posted by Team Talemetry

LinkedIn is an amazing source of candidates. With 500 million members, you are sure to find the right candidates for your jobs.

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Topics: candidate sourcing, recruitment marketing, linkedin

6 December 2017

Getting Winning Candidates Across the Finish Line

Posted by Team Talemetry

You’ve run great campaigns and have attracted great candidates to your website. Now you just need to get the winning candidates across the finish line. What are some best practices to ensure your candidates are converting?

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Topics: Candidate Attraction

29 November 2017

Take part in the 2018 Recruitment Marketing Innovation!

Posted by Team Talemetry

At the start of 2017 we published a report on the 2017 Recruitment Marketing Trends. The trends from this year included:

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Topics: hr technology, recruitment marketing

13 November 2017

Conversion Process Results Sneak Peek

Posted by Team Talemetry

70-80% candidate drop off. That’s what many companies find in their application conversion process. Just think about it. All the investment your company has made into recruiting, and you’re losing 70-80% of your candidates once they get to your career site.

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Topics: candidate experience, recruitment marketing, candidate conversion

7 November 2017

2017 Recruitment Marketing Trends in Review

Posted by Team Talemetry

Last year around this time we conducted a survey to identify what the 2017 recruitment marketing trends would be. As the year is coming to a close and as a results focused company, we wanted to go back and see how accurate those trends were – or weren’t.

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Topics: hr technology, recruitment marketing trends

1 November 2017

ROI of the Candidate Experience -- Highlights from Talent Board and Talemetry Webinar

Posted by Team Talemetry

Yesterday we had the great benefit of hearing from Jade Bourelle, CEO of Talemetry and recruitment marketing industry leader, and Kevin Grossman, President of the Talent Board, discuss the real return on investment (ROI) of the candidate experience and how companies can improve upon it.

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Topics: Recruitment Marketing & Branding, candidate experience, CandEs

23 October 2017

Hype and Realities of HR Tech 2017

Posted by Team Talemetry

We were thrilled to see so much focus on innovation and talent acquisition at HR Tech 2017. From AI to analytics, to integration and the candidate experience, not to mention Google for Jobs, there were lots of attention on how to advance recruiting strategies. This is an exciting time in our space with new technologies, strategies, and ideas to help recruiters attract more of the best candidates.

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Topics: hr technology, recruitment marketing

18 October 2017

Simplify Your Talent Acquisition for a Better Candidate Experience

Posted by Team Talemetry

Strategic recruiting organizations can work with a complex cadre of talent acquisition software vendors: employer branding and candidate experience platforms, resume databases, job ad distribution tools, job board posting integrations, recruiting agencies, candidate engagement and CRM tools, and the like.

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Topics: candidate experience, recruitment marketing, talent acquisition

17 October 2017

Seven Best Practices for Your Apply Process

Posted by Team Talemetry

We’ve just returned from the HR Technology Conference 2017 and it was great to see the innovation and focus on talent acquisition and more specifically recruitment marketing. We had so many talent acquisition leaders, marketing leaders, and HRIS operations leaders stop by our booth to talk about recruitment marketing and how they can make improvements.

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Topics: application process, candidate experience, recruitment marketing

10 October 2017

Produce More Candidates with a Simplified Apply Process

Posted by Team Talemetry

Our research team has been studying application processes and have found that many organizations see as little as 10-30% application completion rates. Companies are making huge investments to attract and recruit candidates, typically $3,500 - $4,000 per candidate. So to make the investment to attract candidates to your career site, but then see only 10-30% of candidates actually complete applications isn’t exactly the ROI that CFOs are pleased with. Studying the process from when candidates reach your career site through completed application is an opportunity to make significant impact to the number of candidates and the ROI of your talent acquisition investment pretty quickly.

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Topics: career sites, candidate experience, recruitment marketing

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