"Everyone agrees that a great careers site is the difference between success and failure, filling the role or not.
This is particularly important in a post Covid-19 world where there are more eyes on your employer brand, increased numbers of candidates and the most valuable candidates are more difficult to find.
How do you make it happen in large complex organisations with multiple stakeholders who perhaps don’t get it? This eBook series is just what you need to make it happen!”
James Saunders, CEO, Attrax
Investing in a new careers site that will deliver the best quality candidates can seem like a daunting task. Multiple business stakeholders and fast-moving technology are just some of the complications employers have been facing for a very long time.
The recent Covid-19 global pandemic leaves talent acquisition departments with quite a change: many sectors are no longer a candidate-driven market and there could be an abundance of active candidates looking for their next role. In other markets, candidates will be harder to find than they ever were. The real challenge lays in finding the most valuable candidates, irrespective of the role, engaging them and filtering their applications from the rest.
The purpose of this guide is to help make the planning process simple by giving you all the information and context you need to make a new careers site system happen. From building the business case to choosing the right functionality, all the way through to measuring the results (ROI), Attrax is here to help you every step of the way.
We have also included some practical recommendations from experts like Adam Templeman, Global Head of Staffing at IQVIA; Nick Thompson, Global Employer Brand Manager at IBM; James Edwards, Digital Attraction Manager at Mitchells & Butlers plc; and Matt Alder, Producer and Host of the Recruiting Future Podcast.
This is part one in our series on building and marketing brilliant careers sites, where we reveal our insider knowledge and real world examples of successful websites. If you’d like to talk to one of the team about your new careers site, please call David Johnston on 020 3885 1300 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org.