Recruitment Trends 2024: What Employers Need to Know


Recruitment Trends 2024: What Employers Need to Know

The recruitment landscape is changing rapidly, and 2024 will bring new challenges and opportunities for both employers and job seekers. Here are 3 trends that will shape the future of hiring and how Supplytrain can help you navigate them.

Recruiting differently is not just a short-term strategy, but a long-term investment in the future of your organisation. By following the new recruitment trends of 2024, you can attract and retain the best talent, foster a diverse and inclusive culture, and adapt to the changing needs of the market.

Here are 3 trends that will shape the future of hiring and how Supplytrain can help you navigate them.

1. Diversity, equity and inclusion is now a priority for every organization.

This has now been highlighted as a business advantage. Research shows that diverse teams are more innovative, productive, and profitable than any others. However, we understand that achieving this in a workforce is not easy as it sounds. Supplytrain can help you create a more inclusive culture in work by providing a platform to connect with candidates from different backgrounds, cultures and communities. We also help you connect with underrepresented talent pools and support their career development.

2. Skills will matter more than experience.

The pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of many industries, creating new demands for skills and competencies. However, traditional qualifications and CVs may not capture the full potential of candidates, especially those who may not of had a job before or gone to university. Supplytrain can help you identify the skills that matter most for your roles and measure them objectively using a variety of candidate attraction methods. Working in partnership with Supplytrain, we will look beyond a 2-page CV and tap into undiscovered talent and present you with candidates who best meet your requirements.

3. Leveraging social media and promoting the job to reach a wider and more engaged audience of potential candidates.

In a competitive market, social media is not only a way to differentiate yourself from other organisations, but also a way to communicate your values and vision. As-well as using social media, a good job description is key and Supplytrain can help you craft a compelling job description that showcases your unique selling points and aligns with your target audience. We also help you amplify your brand through social media by creating job adverts and writing case studies based on feedback and interviews from those who have a landed a job within your business.

By recruiting differently, you can create a competitive advantage for your organisation and achieve long-term results. You can also build a strong employer brand that reflects your values and vision and attracts like-minded people who share your passion and purpose.

What next?

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