Between The Great Resignation and employment rate misdirects, a dearth of applicants and more options than ever for candidates, it’s hard to tell if we’re in an employer’s job market or the employees’.
What you need are the right recruitment resources to face this new era of hiring. We’ve gathered some of the best books for recruiters and hiring managers to help you gain your footing in these less-than-ordinary times.
Virtual hiring events done right aren’t easy. It’s tricky new territory for many hiring managers and talent coordinators. But don’t let a lack of familiarity stop you from putting on a virtual event that delivers.
This recruitment book combines TalentCulture’s HR expertise with Gatherly’s remote event know-how — equipping you with everything you’ll need to start planning an innovative recruiting strategy for 2022. Because a recruitment process that resonates will win over top talent, whether it’s in person or conducted remotely.
Find answers to remote hiring questions like:
Featuring case studies from General Electric and UCLA’s School of Engineering, this eBook for recruiters will help you explore what it takes to attract and engages remote candidates.
In the grand scheme of things, virtual hiring is still in its infancy. This book is for any hiring manager who has asked, "How can our virtual recruitment be improved?"
The answer: approach it with a combination of traditional recruitment best practices and remote-focused advancements. Virtual recruiting doesn't only equal Zoom calls, ATS, and collaboration software. It offers new opportunities for better hiring:
Of course, no virtual recruiting ideas succeed through wishful thinking. Review the implementation of these strategies and discover next steps when you dive into this recruitment book.
Is there a talent shortage, or is your brand simply not attractive to today's candidates? Well, talent is in shorter supply and higher demand these days. But why can't both problems be true?
This recruitment book is a roundup of strategies that have really worked. So on one front at least, your troubles might be over.
Learn why you should appeal to the modern candidate with the option for remote work and virtual jobs, or relocation opportunities. Once these options are in place at your organization, it'll be necessary to seed the market with news of your new value proposition.
Then see how the best have successfully handled this hiring transition, from software companies like Atlassian and Trello to more consumer-facing products like Booking.com and Dell.
Your quickstart guide for the first step in any virtual recruitment process: the remote interview.
Video calls have become such a staple of the office landscape, it can be easy to forget not everyone has had the chance to get comfortable with them. You can set both yourself and your candidates up for success with a reliable game plan for. This is a quick but succinct read that breaks remote interviewing into three simple phases:
If you've yet to conduct your first video interview, try this book. Otherwise, you probably won't find much in this one for you.
Stop tracking your applicants and start managing your talent with this remote recruitment book aimed at engagement and activation. In today's hiring landscape, you'll find it's more important than ever to build a brand that really connects with candidates.
Lever outlines five simple steps to help your organization make a great impression:
Although this one is a quick read, each section is accompanied by actionable tips and backed by real-world data. You'll be prepared to apply what you've learned in no time flat.
Hiring a one-off remote employee is a vastly different experience from virtual recruitment at scale. When you make a switch to fully remote hiring, it truly does require an organization-wide digital transformation. A shift in both thinking and approach.
This recruitment ebook touches on the whole remote employee experience: from sourcing and onboarding talent, to continued recognition for offsite team members, to the implementation of "microlearning" at each step of the way.
But not only will you learn to rework your remote recruitment from top to bottom. Fountain recommends the tools and best practices to facillitate it all — let it meet you where you're at. If you've already adapted parts of your hiring process to accommodate remote recruits, you can use these tools to start optimizing today.
If you're one to organize your thoughts into columns of pros and cons, you'll be right at home in the pages of this ebook.
There's no surefire way to avoid screwing up something new. As you move toward remote hiring strategies, or even consider a completely distributed workforce, the only thing you can do is put your best recruiting foot forward. This book will help.
It moves through "the basics" of a remote team, team building and collaboration, performance management, and the question of compensation. For each aspect of the hiring, onboarding, and continued success of your remote recruits, Bee Talents has laid out the benefits and challenges.
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