With a strong job market, employees prefer companies with good cultures, competitive pay and advancement opportunities. Giving employees what they need will help you get — and keep — the top talent that you want.
“An organization’s strength is determined in large part by the quality of its talent,”. “In a competitive hiring environment, the way to attract great talent is by providing a strong organizational culture and opportunities for people to grow.”
Only half of employees feel like they have long-term careers at their current companies, according to a recently released CareerBuilder survey that captured heightened career expectations among workers. The other half feel like they just have jobs, which 32% of employees plan to leave before 2021.
"Job candidates are in the driver's seat and are considering much more than salary when applying for jobs,”
“Benefits, location and commute time are increasingly important factors,” . “To attract and retain talent, hiring managers will need to meet workers' hiring, onboarding and career expectations and provide the perks, work-life balance and career advancement opportunities they demand."
Becoming known as a business where employees want to work takes time and a strategic approach. Follow the steps in this course to attract and retain top talent.