Now, more than ever, companies must integrate social media into their recruitment strategy to find and retain top talent, specifically in the generation known as the millennials. Millennials, people born between 1980 and 1999, are the most connected generation in history. This group is a large pool of talent (almost 45 million strong) that can benefit your organization with new ideas, ambition, and something that no other generation has – an inherent knowledge of social media and the web. In order to reach this talent, hiring managers must take their recruitment efforts social.
Before a hiring manager can effectively reach millennials they must understand what motivates this generation. According to Career Builder, millennials search differently than their predecessors, seek different types of fulfillment from their careers, and are more vocal about their job search experience than generations past.Read More
A recent study conducted by Kenexa found that companies with high levels of employee engagement are more likely to recover faster and stronger after an economic downturn. Do we have your attention? Employee engagement provides companies with real and substantial value. Research has shown that employees engaged within a company are more committed towards achieving …Read More
Savage is chockfull of hard working, dedicated individuals, but we like to have some fun, too. In an initiative to facilitate the little kid in all of us, we established a Fun Committee. I think this is such a great way to not only keep the fun in the workplace, but also to get to …Read More