This graphic by PierceGray covers the topic of executive recruiting. This process can differ greatly from other types of recruiting. The graphic covers how executive search firms work and how the recruiting process works for executives.
In this infographic find out how your firm’s performance stacks up against its industry peers. Gain insight on recruiter compensation by role (e.g. “recruiter,” “VP,” “owner”) and size of firm, revenue performance year over year, average hit rate and number of candidates per job post by firm type and more.
Contrary to popular belief, 73% of all U.S. companies perform background checks on all candidates, not just those applying for upper management positions. There are numerous reasons why a person may run a background check on another individual. In the following infographic, North American Investigations outlines the typical process of a background check.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are crucial fields when it comes to driving innovation. However, businesses are having a hard time finding qualified STEM employees. Check out the infographic below to learn more more about why this is the case.
The use of social media has greatly expanded. It is currently being used as one of the most effective tools for recruitment. Here are some facts from the folks at Staff.com.
From bad breath to text slang to dressing inappropriately; the team at RecruitmentRevolution.com spoke to more than 1700 recruiters to find out the most off-putting traits exhibited by prospective candidates. They are all detailed below in the following infographic.
Finding job candidates has changed quite a bit since the time of Caesar. But one thing that’s remained the same – managers want to hire the right candidate. Take a look at this infographic from Hireology for facts and stats on how hiring has changed.
Have you ever been asked a weird question in an interview? Maybe something like, “Why is a manhole cover round?” Believe it or not there is a reason behind odd interview questions. Employers ask different questions so they can gauge your different abilities such as problem solving, creative thinking, and critical thinking. Check out the infographic below presented by SuperScholar.org to learn more about what attributes employers look for.
With a traditional content search, you may have spent time looking for candidates on the surface. But now, with Facebook Graph Search, you can find talented people based on their interests and experiences in a targeted search. This infographic, compiled by social employee referral management platform Zao.com, shows you how to get started with Facebook Graph Search in order to find the best employees.