Recruiting Trends Around the World
2015 is the year of global economic changes.
In order to be successful this year, business leaders need t stay on top of the latest talent acquisition and recruiting trends.
Organizations are currently feeling the pressure to find talented employees at lesser costs, while simultaneously contending with both well-known brands and high potential startups.
Economic changes around the world have led to unexpected disruptions in the recruiting industry.
Marketing through social and digital media is now a standard custom among recruiters.
Social networking has become the most efficient
As new and novel recruiting techniques and methodologies are being introduced every day, companies are witnessing a more and more democratic recruitment scenario.
Big and small companies are now able to find good talent at affordable prices, as long as they have the right techniques and strategies in place.
Read on for more insight into the recruiting trends of 2015, as reported by LinkedIn Talent Solutions.
The recruitment changes and trends emphasized in this report are:
- The best sources for talented employees have changed significantly over the last 4 years
- Social networking has become the most efficient means of promoting and advertising talent brands
- The quality and not the quantity of employees hired has become the most important recruitment factor
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About this survey
The 4th annual report by LinkedIn Talent Solutions entitled ‘3 Must-Know Talent Acquisition Trends’ was created after surveying 4,125 talent acquisition decision makers.
The survey was conducted in almost 31 countries, and across 14 different industries.
The objective of the survey was to understand what recruiters found worrying and their expectations from the industry in the year 2015.
This report is ideal for those who wish to get a head start and be ahead of the latest talent acquisition trends in the year 2015.
Here is your chance to peek into the industry and into the minds of talent acquisition leaders around the world.