Get Started With Employee Referrals In addition to job advertisements, large companies rely more and more on their own talent pool for recruiting. This database of prospective candidates collects and stores profiles of both current and former employees, promising applicants, and future talents. The relevant CVs come either from the application process, personal contacts or
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Employee referral programs are a great recruiting channel to find qualified professionals. It has been proven that referred candidates identify more strongly with the company and its values and stay longer with the company. However, many companies are still not using employee referrals in a targeted, structured manner. Digital employee referral programs can automate the
The Covid-19 pandemic is permanently changing our lives. For a long time, many companies didn’t allow remote work. Nowadays, home offices have become commonplace. In times of remote work and home offices, employee referrals are even more important in recruiting. Referrals are now the best practice for companies to secure the best talent in the
Online Job Interviews – An Opportunity or a Temporary Solution? The world of work is in continuous evolution, with the latest frontier in the field being the introduction of the home office. Now most companies have set this in place permanently, and additionally, many organizations in different industries started to rely on communication and teleconferencing
You cannot not communicate – or can you? If you’re familiar with Paul Wazlawick’s theory of communication, you’ll know that “one cannot not communicate”. This also applies when implementing an employee referral program internally! If you don’t establish any communication around your referral program, the mere act of non-communicating conveys a specific message and has
What Are the Emerging Recruitment Trends in 2021? The radical changes in the nature of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic have turned the traditional world of work upside down. To adapt to the challenging times, many companies forcibly ushered in the digitalizing of the working environment. As we observe in hindsight, the workers met
War for Talent refers to high competition among employees to attract and retain the highly skilled workforce. The shortage of skilled workers due to the demographic change and the decline in the birth rate exacerbated this competition. So, how do companies attract talent nowadays and what does the future look like?
Employee Experience, that is what employees experience daily in their working environments, affects how they interact with customers, their productivity, and ultimately, the company’s achievements overall. That is why it is so important to motivate your employees and create an inspiring work experience day in and day out. “Employees first” is the motto.
A company is worthless without the right employees. Finding them is not always easy these days. It is, therefore, helpful having your current employees providing you with referrals of their potential new colleagues. To use these referrals as a recruiting tool not just occasionally but systematically, a well-thought-out concept is required. A digital employee referral
Passing on a personal referral of a friend or acquaintance to your employer is a big step. It will be taken into consideration very seriously: the quality of each referral speaks for itself. This makes it even more important for employers to strengthen this type of recruiting and support their employees in providing referrals. Internal
1. Mobile Referral App Employees will make a large number of referrals if the process is simplified to just a click of a button. Since the majority of employees will likely access the employee referral program from a mobile application, this is why you should make sure that a mobile referral app is included with