Special Report 2013: Talent Acquisition

The Evolution of Recruiting

Frank Kalman

New tools and a shift in what candidates value have led to a revolution in recruiting, but it’s still about building relationships in the end.

Part 1: What Talent Wants

Frank Kalman

Perhaps the most important demographic driving this shift — and thus recruiters’ interest — is Generation Y, also known as the millennial generation, those born between 1976 and 2001.

Part 2: The Power of Social

Frank Kalman

Amid this shift in candidate values are the tools recruiters are expected to use. What constitutes a sound social recruiting strategy?

Part 3: Inside the Gen Y Psyche

Frank Kalman

What is the most important millennial value in work? What is a common misconception about what millennials look for in work? Gen Y expert Don Tapscott explains.

Part 4: By the Numbers

Frank Kalman

When it comes to the progression of corporate recruitment, the numbers tell the story.