Recruiting in 2019 is much different than it was last year. There are innovative recruiting trends that employers will have to implement in order to attract and hire the best talent. Check out our infographic of 15 recruiting trends to implement in 2019.
15 Recruiting Trends in 2019 [INFOGRAPHIC]
15 Recruiting Trends in 2019 [INFOGRAPHIC]
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Recruiting trend #1: Recruitment Marketing
Recruitment marketing strategy is based on the implementation of marketing tactics in recruiting. Recruitment marketing is the process of nurturing and attracting talented individuals to your organization using marketing methods and tactics.
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Recruiting trend #2: Inbound Recruiting
Inbound Recruiting is a recruitment marketing strategy where you proactively and continually attract candidates with the goal to make them choose you as their next employer. Your goal in inbound recruiting is to attract, convert and engage candidates.
Recruiting trend #3: Employer Branding
Employer brand is the term commonly used to describe an organization's reputation and popularity as an employer. Innovative employer branding ideas are essential for building a strong and attractive employer brand.
Recruiting trend #4: Candidate Experience (CandE)
Candidate Experience is current, past and potential future candidates’ overall perception of your company’s recruiting process. Improving Candidate Experience is one of the top 2018 priorities for employers.
Recruiting trend #5: Talent Pools
Talent pools are databases where recruiters and HR Managers keep all of their top job candidates. Talent pools make not only candidates that have applied for jobs, but also sourced, referred candidates, silver medallists and candidates that have willingly joined your pool in an inbound way.
Recruiting trend #6: Candidate Relationship Management
Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) is a method for managing and improving relationships with current and potential future job candidates. Since we live in a candidate-driven market, having a CRM strategy has become an absolute must!
Recruiting trend #7: Social Recruiting
Social Recruiting is the process of using social media channels for recruiting purposes. The term refers to different ways of using social media networks (such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc.) and websites (blogs, forums, job boards and websites like Glassdoor for example) to find, attract and hire talent.
Recruiting trend #8: HR Technology
Recruiting without HR technology has become mission impossible. There is a variety of great HR tools that significantly improve and fasten recruiting and hiring processes.
Get our guide for buying a recruitment tool!
Recruiting trend #9: GDPR
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new piece of EU legislation that will replace the current Data Protection Act (DPA) with the goal to unify data regulations within the EU. Staying compliant with GDPR is one of the top priorities for recruiters around the world.
Get our guide for GDPR compliance in HR!
Recruiting trend #10: HR Analytics
Data-Driven Recruiting and HR Analytics are expressions used to demonstrate recruiting methods in which planning and decision making are based on data acquired through HR technology such as Applicants Tracking Systems and Recruitment Marketing Platforms.
Get our checklist of the most important hiring metrics!
Recruiting trend #11: Employee referrals
Employee referrals are a very popular method for finding high-quality candidates through recommendations from company's current employees. By setting up employee referral programs, companies can improve their time, cost and quality of hire.
Check out our Guide for setting up an employee referral program!
Recruiting trend #12: Talent sourcing
Talent sourcing is the process of reaching out to passive job seekers. It is a proactive way of building a high-quality talent pool. This trend is becoming more and more popular due to the fact that these days only 36% of candidates actively search for a new job, according to LinkedIn.
Recruiting trend #13: Collaborative hiring
Collaborative hiring is a hiring method in which HR team collaborates with teams from other departments in a recruitment process. Collaborative hiring is getting more and more popular because it decreases the risk of a bad hire and ensures that a selected person is a good cultural fit for the team.
Recruiting trend #14: Structured interviews
A structured interview is a type of interview in which all the candidates are asked the same questions planned in advance. Research shows that these interviews are much more effective than unstructured or semi-structured interviews, which is why they are being used by more and more employers.
Recruiting trend #15: Strategic alignment
Strategic alignment is another recruiting trend that will gain more attention in 2019. Strategic alignment means linking recruiting efforts with the company's overall strategic goals. That way, recruiting can be planned and executed in the most efficient way to support and drive the company's growth.