The modern-day job seeker is in search of more than just a paycheck. When hunting for a job, today's candidates prioritize the company's culture, often looking for a place of employment that shares their values and ethics in their overall mission. They're looking to work somewhere they enjoy coming to every day and a place where they feel fit in.
The recruitment market continues to be shaken by new tactics that rose this 2019. As it becomes tougher to recruit top candidates, companies have turned to unique strategies, be it automating hiring, turning to social media, or more.
Keep on reading for the continuation of our series on 2019's top recruiting trends. And if you missed the first 7 trends, check them out on this link, so you can catch up before reading our next set of trends below:
In 2019's first two quarters, the recruitment industry has experienced a fundamental shift. Candidates have become more powerful than ever in their job searches. With the job market being primarily driven by candidates, it's now heavily the candidates' call to try companies or drop them from their options.
It’s 2019, yet many companies are still stuck in the past when it comes to their hiring processes. It's taking time for them to realize that modern-day job seekers no longer respond to the same old hiring tactics.
As technology quickly advances, today’s job skills continuously face the challenge of being outdated. So how do you evolve with the job market's ever-changing needs?
Embracing ongoing education is one of the ways to be the most promising candidate in the shortlist. Hiring managers now expect you to be responsible for learning new skills on your own. For them, instead of expecting the employer or potential employer to provide advanced training, you should be responsible for your learning experiences and growth.