Published By: Lumesse
Published Date: Aug 21, 2013
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In light of such popularity, many organizations are turning
their attention to mobile recruiting. So, how do job seekers
use mobile devices in their job searches? Using data from
the global IBM WorkTrendsTM survey, the IBM Smarter
Workforce Institute (SWI) analyzed why and how potential
job seekers use mobile in their job searches and what
concerns and expectations they have. The results provide
organizations with clear insights into how they can attract
talent via mobile technologies.
Attracting talented job candidates is one of the biggest
challenges facing HR in the next 10 years.1 Understandably,
organizations want top talent and they are highly focused on
recruiting strategies that enable them to hire the very best.
One increasingly popular strategy is mobile recruitment. As
mobile devices become ever more ubiquitous, potential
candidates are starting to look more favorably at organizations
offering a mobile recruitment option.2 But are all candidates
created equal when it comes to mobile recruitment? We decided
to take a look at the coveted members of the workforce and
explore their use of and attitudes towards mobile recruitment.
Using the high-potential employees subset of our global
WorkTrends™ survey data, we were able to compare top talent,
who significantly outperform their peers and demonstrate a
stronger capacity to succeed,3,4 with other employees. The
results provide new insight into mobile recruiting and guidance
for organizations looking to attract
Changing demographics, labor shortages, and skill deficits are making it tough for recruiters in 2017. But all is not lost. Here are three big challenges—and three big solutions—to conquer talent acquisition in 2017.
As the federal workforce nears retirement age, it is crucial for the government to hire members of the millennial generation, particularly in the mission-critical fields of science, technology, engineering and math where there is stiff competition with the private sector.
These results are a must-read for government officials who want to stay up-to-date with developing trends in recruiting.
Dramatic shifts in workplace norms as a result of remote sales teams are now a reality, as field-based personnel perform so many vital selling and strategic account management business functions, more effectively armed with tablets than ever before. Aberdeen research conducted for Sales Performance Management 2012: How the Best-in-Class Optimize the Front Line to Grow the Bottom Line (December 2011), shows that 60% of companies’ sales team members are primarily remote workers. Indeed, in Aberdeen research for Mobile HCM: Workforce and Talent Management on the Move (June 2010), 57% of respondents who track the impact of their mobile recruiting efforts report improved quality and/or size of their talent pool as a result of their work. Does attracting and retaining a quality sales force thus require corporate technologies and processes that are influenced by consumer trends and cultural sea changes? Moreover, are there benefits to enterprises that enable their sales team to work remotely?