Human civilization has had technological advancements one after the other over the years. These advancements have taken over the recruitment industry too. The recruitment industry has come a long way, refining and making its recruitment process more advanced and easier for both candidate and management.
In recent years the recruitment process has evolved and continues to do so! It is all about data-driven recruitment now, with a pinch of human emotions! Many new trends came in the recruitment industry over the past couple of years, years pass and trends changed!
Campus recruitment is one of the primary recruitment channels for a company. An efficient campus hiring process helps an organization to tap a passive and energetic pool of young, skilled, and fresh graduates. These freshers are selected on the basis of their skill proficiency. It is important to check the basic skill proficiency of the candidate to understand if the candidate is a fit for the company or not.
In June 1991, James Gosling, Mike Sheridan, and Patrick Naughton initiated the Java language project. The original intention behind designing Java was for interactive television: however, it was too advanced for the digital cable television industry. Also, Java’s original name was Oak after an oak tree that was outside Gosling’s office. Then, the name changed to Green and, at last, was renamed Java, after the coffee that comes from Indonesia.
Harvard Business Review suggests that 72% of the millennials hear about companies from their friends, 68% through a job portal, and 45% on campus. Campus or University recruitment is the term used for hiring students and recent graduates straight from college or university.
Remember the simpler times when marketing was all about ATL, BTL, and TTL? These acronyms mean above the line and below the line, through the line respectively. This basically means when you had to do the marketing of the products on big billboards, television, newspaper, and via flyers.
It’s no secret that out of all the industries “Tech” (software) faces the most attrition. Even when it provides some of the best benefits among the different industries present in the market.
“Great things in business are never done by one person. They are done by a team of people.” - Steve Jobs
Recruitment means acquiring the best talent for your organization. If you go by the book, you know modern recruiting consists of four stages of recruitment, i.e., Attract, Engage, Retain, Qualify. These levels concern the candidate.
Step 1: Understand Why Upskilling Is Important? The Skills Matrix is evolving at a faster rate than it did just a decade ago. New skills are being introduced almost every year. 10 years ago Data Science, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality was obscure concepts but now are in high demand in many emerging fields. It is now highly imperative for almost all organizations to ensure their employees are equipped with the right skills and adapt to the changing ecosystem.