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This is the thought leadership blog of Radancy, the global leader in talent acquisition technologies. Here you’ll find the newest thinking and insight within the digital talent acquisition, recruiting and employer brand spaces.
What motivates employees to stay? What drives them to leave? These are questions that organizations are asking themselves more and more as retaining existing employees is a crucial strategy when dealing with the growing recruiting challenges surrounding the shortage of skilled workers and the war for talent. We have taken a closer look at the factors that influence employee retention and are providing solutions to strengthen them.
A poor candidate journey has far-reaching implications for employers, especially at a time when peer recommendations and reviews on recruitment platforms are a huge determinator of whether or not a prospective candidate applies to a job. Applicants and employees share their experiences and have a significant influence on an organization’s employer brand. Companies that give priority to optimizing the candidate experience have an undeniable advantage.
Rewards are a great way to motivate high-quality performance, and many companies are well aware of this. An effective reward strategy, however, is often overlooked. This article will tell you how to successfully implement a reward strategy in five simple steps.
Referrals from employees are a good way to attract new candidates. Find out which employees can best help you with recruiting.
The rise of the COVID-19 pandemic brought on a host of unprecedented challenges and changes to the world as we knew it, including the world of recruitment. Companies had to adapt almost overnight to meet the new needs of talent acquisition: remote hiring and onboarding. As we see the beginning of the end of the pandemic, it is evident that some changes are here to stay, including navigating recruitment remotely. This raises questions on how to combat the challenges that remote recruitment brings, in order for companies to remain competitive in these changing times. 
We’ve all heard about corporate culture and its importance within organizations—now it’s time to talk about referral culture. With employee referrals being a key to recruitment success that more and more companies are becoming aware of, building a referral culture has never been so critical. Employees are at the center of referrals, meaning that for them to work, i.e., see referrals come in, existing employees must be engaged. And what better way to do that than by fostering a culture of referring and having the whole company on board with reaching recruitment success? 

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