I thought that I would discuss this topic from a wider perspective, therefore I invited two recruitment veterans from North America to my podcast “HR on Wings” – Mitchell Berger, CEO at the Howard-Sloan (USA), and David Nirenberg, Managing Partner at SKR Partners (Canada).
„The world does evolve and work from home is compelling and won’t go away. So if you rule out work from home, you’ll be ruling out a good percentage of top-caliber candidates, and especially you’ll be ruling out the vast majority of top-caliber candidates the younger they are. This is now an established norm, there’s proof of concept the productivity can be high and outstanding, and we have to embrace it because it’s a great trend.” David Nirenberg says.
“Clients should always have been selling the candidate. The candidates care greatly right now about what clients stand for, and that’s something that the client has to really tell the story about. That’s a big part of why candidates are joining. What’s the purpose of the job and the company, what do they stand for? That’s the very important criteria right now in attracting the right talent to your organization” underlines Mitch Berger.
Let’s talk about the recruitment of the new era.
🕙 1:08 – HOW HAS RECRUITMENT CHANGED?
🕙 19:08 – WHAT MATTERS TO THE CANDIDATES?
🕙 32:00 – HOW SHALL WE ACT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
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