Though around for a while, for those organizations that are not in the business of hiring interns by the masses, intern specific websites may be a new concept.
The end of winter and the signs of spring bring about the busy season for many recruiters. Though every industry and organization is different (for instance, retail recruitment shoots up right before the holiday season), for countless companies, warmer weather means an increase in headcount.
BrightMove, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of BrightMove Unite, an all free job distribution and analytics tool for recruiters. BrightMove Unite will enable recruiters, either 3rd party recruiters, or in-house HR recruiters, to distribute jobs to most major social networks, and numerous free job boards. BrightMove Unite will be offered as a free tool, and will be available in BETA beginning March 29, 2012. The official launch of the product is scheduled for the ERE Expo (http://www.ereexpo.com/2012spring/) in San Diego, CA, March 29-30.
The key for recruiters is to find an employee that strikes the perfect balance between introversion and extroversion: someone who may be a little bit quirky and eccentric, who thinks independently and creatively, and may even conjure up some outrageous, outside-of-the-box business ideas, yet can also fit seamlessly into the company, department, and position; and ultimately work as a team.
The focus for 2012 is shifting towards retention and overall human capital management (HCM), including a continued concentration on smarter hiring.
Talent First: Human Capital Management And Engaging Employees Are Pieces To The Integrated Talent Management Puzzle
Aberdeen Group, a business research and analysis company, recently released a series of reports highlighting the primary focus of organizations for the upcoming year: Retention.
Strategies to increase retention are now becoming the top priority for businesses looking to not only survive the rebounding economy, but grow and prosper. Aberdeen Group, a research and analysis company, recently published a brief on engaging employees. The report included a breakdown of items companies have identified as pressing growth and performance challenges for their businesses.
They are eager to please, full of energy, optimism, and new ideas, but are these young twenty-something’s ready to enter the workplace? A typical college graduate has been in a college microcosm for the last four years, fresh from fraternities, sororities, campuses, classrooms, and dormitories. Suddenly, a student’s world changes from a carefree college kid to a full-time employee.