Acquisition of talent continues to be a moving purpose for manpower outsourcing companies and other organizations. These 2020 recruiting trends refer to changes that will influence core facet of recruiting, from how you connect with candidates through technology to what you say to keep them interested and engaged in your opportunity.
In this blog, Mr. Atul Mahajan, Director, Trendsetters Facilities & Technical Services (TFTS), India’s leading manpower outsourcing company shares inputs on recruiting trends in 2020 that will change how you hire.
The war for talent hunt has become all about speed and agility. The recruiter or manpower outsourcing firms who reaches and engages candidates first with a job offer is most likely to win.
Efficient Adoption of AI
The well-publicized retreat of AI-driven hiring by big brands has given manpower outsourcing firms and HR leaders even more reason to be very careful about adding AI to their hiring procedure. They recognize the potential of AI and the fact that many candidates are not comfortable with AI used for hiring making a decision on hiring. This is an interesting thing to note that 2020 recruiting trends shows that recruiters and candidates are aligned in identifying the potential of AI to decrease unconscious bias and improve diversity.
Recruiting Through Text Gains An Edge
If you want to reach out to maximum candidates in 2020 and have them respond, text recruiting is the ideal way to go. It’s all about interacting with candidates in ways they’re most comfortable. Interviewing platforms with an integrated on-demand text application makes the text a feasible recruiting tool for manpower outsourcing firms and HR managers.
Modernizing Employee Referral Programs
Employee referrals continue to be an effective tool for sources for quality hires. Manpower outsourcing organizations and recruiting teams will be upgrading their referral programs as a smart response to the ongoing talent deficiency.
Doing More With Employer Branding And Recruitment Marketing
In the world of personalized, digital interactions, the difference between an organization that does and do not understand their candidates becomes ever so clear. Look for recruitment teams to expand their skills in recruitment marketing and enhance their employer brand messaging in everything that touches candidates. Social posts, careers sites, job descriptions, communication from recruiters and many more.