Just as you advertise your external brand to raise awareness with consumers, recruitment advertising helps you raise awareness with potential candidates. We can uncover the nooks and crannies where candidates might be hiding to ensure your recruitment media is hitting all of the right outlets.
Our solution, which sits on top of our highly recognized Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and Recruitment Solution offering, can help you recruit candidates for specific positions by identifying skills, abilities, strengths and personal attributes of current top performers in your organization. We then flip those findings into recruitment campaigns that utilize unique messaging, creative design and packaging to reach candidates who meet your organization’s needs and will help improve engagement and retention.
When combined with our Cultural Insight Survey, recruitment advertising empowers candidates to self-select themselves in or out of the hiring process based on culture—which means lower recruitment costs, quicker onboarding and discovery of new talent.
An effective recruitment advertising campaign can lower the number of candidates while increasing the quality—doing wonders for your recruitment and retention efforts. Our recruitment advertising solution is combined with our top-of-the-line global RPO and Recruitment Solutions, Assessments and Recruitment Technology. This means we have a breadth of expertise and resources to pull from that no one else in the market has—making us the most effective choice for recruitment advertising.
RECRUITMENT ADVERTISING SNAPSHOT
How it works:
- The first step is to interview and assess current top performers in your organization
- Next we analyze the competitive market landscape and conduct a company culture assessment
- From this we determine who to target, where to find them and what to say
- Research is delivered to our creative team who develops a unique way to message and package the insights that reflect your organization’s culture
- Finally, the recruitment campaign is launched to market