Companies that are expanding or looking to fill on some key vacant positions – be it large companies or even smaller firms – face a rather pressing issue: the difficulty that arises with needing to find the right applicants that can meet the requirements for their vacancies. And although technological advancements have given recruiters the opportunity to connect with job seekers more easily (such as job-seeking websites, Facebook opening up job recruitment format for posts, etc.) it still remains that the goals of the business are not adequately addressed in most cases.
However, there are two hiring concepts that many business owners use, and yet they are both often mixed up with each other by applicants and business owners themselves – recruitment and strategic talent acquisition.
While they may be the same at first glance, there are key distinctions that lie between the two of them that business owners and applicants should learn and keep in mind in order to find the method that they should be exploring or looking out for. This way, there is no mismatch between the recruiters’ and applicants’ goals and the whole process can be much smoother for both parties.
Learn more about how recruitment and strategic talent acquisition are different and what method should your company consider with this infographic by Phil. Exeq Search Solutions.