Candidate attraction is a top priority for every recruiter, but we all know the challenge doesn’t stop there. We wanted to know your main challenges in attracting, upskilling and retaining candidates. It’s not just about that initial spark of interest, but about creating an all-round positive candidate journey which fosters growth and continuous developments for you and them.
In this webinar with Indeed, we discussed some of the top ways to overcome your main challenges in attracting, upskilling and retaining. These three areas are intrinsic to growth and hold equal importance. However, with the right workplace culture it’s possible to optimise success across all of these areas. Danny Stacy, Senior Manager at Indeed highlighted the importance of inclusion:
When you have an inclusive environment, it’s one that’s opening and welcome to everyone which should lead to a better, more enjoyable place to work in.’
Recent statistics show that the inclusivity of a company have a significant influence on a jobeseeker’s likelihood of accepting the job offer. This is just one of the ways you can enhance your workplace culture, building on your employer branding in a way that attracts hires and brings out the best in them. Rachel enlightened us on some top strategies to boost retention, predmoniantly by using methods to build confidence within employees. It’s about attending to their needs and ensuring that they are working in an open environment wherein they can flourish. For more information, view the video below!
Speakers: Danny Stacy, Senior Manager at Indeed and Rachel Masing, Head of Recruitment and Retention at ETM Group.
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