Archive for januari, 2013

8 januari 2013

Direct Recruiting

Innovative recruiting jean-paul smalls

A while back I ran a survey across a number of websites to ask peoples opinions on what they thought were the most innovative recruitment strategies they had come across.  I compiled the results in an article –  Most Innovative Recruitment Strategies – Part 1.

I had initially anticipated I would write a part 2 much earlier, but er…..I got side tracked.  Visitors to this post will range from novice to expert, so some of the things mentioned might not seem innovative to you, but hopefully you’ll see something you like, maybe something you can use as part of your own direct recruitment strategy.

So where to begin?

1) 3D Careers site – De Nederlandse Tuinbouw (the Dutch Horticulture) 

Horticulture is big business in the Netherlands, and to provide more in-depth insight into the many different careers paths available in the industry, De Nederlandse Tuinbouw came up with a…

View original post 1.947 woorden meer

8 januari 2013

Direct Recruiting

About a month back after reading a few articles concerning original and innovative ways companies were using to engage and attract candidates; I decided to throw the question out there on various professional networking groups across the World, “What are the most innovative recruitment/candidate attraction methods you’ve used or come across?  More importantly how effective were they?

I had some great feedback and decided to compile them for all to see.  I think I may even keep this running as a series every few months.

One of the overriding themes of the responses was the difficulty with balancing innovative/fresh ideas with targeting the right demographic/skill set whilst providing a ROI.  What is innovative in one industry is not necessarily innovative in another.  It was great to see ideas covering every stage of the recruitment process, including consideration of the very message you want to covey before the planning process even…

View original post 1.495 woorden meer

%d bloggers liken dit: