In this week’s highlights we’ll cover: 5 recruiting predictions from a LinkedIn exec; hiring for the right personality vs the right experience; and how HR can stay ahead of the ‘benefits renaissance’ in 2022.
5 Recruiting Predictions For 2022 From A LinkedIn Exec
Credentials will be de-emphasized and DEI is here to stay, Jennie Dede of LinkedIn told HR Dive.
With a talent shortage and rising labor demands, 2021 was a busy year for recruiters. A recent Jobvite survey found that 80% of recruiters’ priorities have shifted and 40% have seen their recruiting budgets increased to manage demand for new talent.
LinkedIn has had a front-seat view of the shifting landscape, from the Great Resignation to the Great Reshuffle. Jennie Dede, head of global customer success, talent solutions at LinkedIn, spoke to HR Dive about the trends the company expects to explode in the coming year.
To view the entire article by HR Dive click here.
This Is How To Hire The Right Personality Vs. Someone With The Right Experience
Before you get to an applicant’s résumé during the interview process, find your own way to measure their optimism, tenacity, and emotional intelligence.
I spend my days working with customers in highly emotional situations as a VP of sales and client experience at SOLD.com. Selling a home brings up all kinds of issues for people. For many, it’s not only the biggest financial decision of their lives, but it also can mean leaving a place where they’ve built lifelong memories. Helping people use technology to make decisions is table stakes. What makes someone really good at this job is providing support beyond the standard of basic counseling. That means making sure customers are heard and offering them tailored solutions that address the things that keep them up at night.
The personality traits needed to do this effectively don’t usually show up on a résumé, cover letter, or LinkedIn profile. But we have found a few ways to incorporate personality and EQ into our hiring process.
To view the entire article featured by Fast Company click here.
How HR Can Stay Ahead Of The ‘Benefits Renaissance’ In 2022
Three things you should consider to ensure your benefits programs are competitive and wellbeing-focused.
With the Great Resignation still in full swing, a record number of people leaving their jobs and the last 18-plus months drastically and negatively impacting employees’ emotional and physical health, HR leaders are being forced to conceive of new ways to attract and retain employees. More specifically, to be successful in this current environment, business leaders need to address the root causes of mental and physical health concerns to improve employees’ holistic health and overall happiness. This is underscored by the fact that more than half of today’s workforce believe their employer’s benefits offerings are more important now than before the pandemic and that employee burnout has worsened.
To view the entire article featured by HR Executive click here.
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