Yello, a leading talent acquisition software provider, today debuted the findings from its fourth annual Yello Recruiting Study at STRIVE 2019, the company’s talent acquisition conference.
According to the Pew Research Center, the oldest members of Generation Z are turning 22-years-old this year and many will be entering the workforce as they prepare to graduate college.
Top themes and findings from The 2019 Yello Recruiting Study include:
- Gen Z is confident in the current job market and their job prospects post-graduation. Likely thanks to today’s tight labor market, about two-thirds of Gen Z students are confident they’ll receive a job offer – and 35% expect to receive more than one offer. Similarly, members of Gen Z are clearly setting themselves up to succeed in the candidate-driven environment by starting the job search early.
- Gen Z still values face-to-face communication … Fifty-one percent of Gen Z respondents said they prefer to communicate in-person, while a quarter said they prefer to communicate digitally.
- Unlike millennials, Gen Z says working with recruiters that are “trusted advisors” is crucial. Recruiters should know that their approach can have a significant impact on Gen Z’s decision to accept a job – 44% of this group said the recruiter they spoke with has the biggest impact on their decision to accept a job while only 29% of millennials agreed. Recruiters should also be sure to treat Gen Z fairly during the hiring process as three-quarters of this group cite being treated unfairly as the top cause of a negative experience while only half of millennials said the same.
- Employers shouldn’t forget about HR tech to create a seamless, quick experience for Gen Z and other generations. Though Gen Z places emphasis on in-person communication, they still expect their employers to use technology – especially when it comes to making the application mobile-friendly. 26% of Gen Z candidates say that a lack of technology throughout the hiring process would prevent them from accepting a job with the company. This is notable considering only 15% of employed millennials and 13% of Gen X candidates cited this sentiment.
PHILADELPHIA – MAY 02, 2019
ISABLED, an online recruiting platform connects workers that identify as having a disability, with recruiters from leading companies who value inclusion and diversity in their workforce. The ISABLED platform allows job seekers and recruiters to connect and chat in real-time, from anywhere, and from the comfort and convenience of their home or office.
” The ISABLED Virtual Career Fairs are a fun and easy way to connect recruiters and job seekers with disabilities. Instead of asking both sides to attend a job fair at a physical location, we bring the career fair to them. The ISABLED platform allows our employer partners to recruit nationwide in just a few hours, and job seekers have instant access to the very recruiters who are seeking to fill the open positions” Stated Kevin O’Brien, Managing Partner, ISABLED.
The ISABLED website will include content to connect workers with disabilities to job opportunities from a wide range of companies and industries. The website will include a job board and a virtual career fair platform. ISABLED will host 4 virtual career fairs each year, and companies can host standalone virtual career fairs for their company as often as they like.
The first ISABLED.com virtual career fair is set for July 25, 2019, and open now for registration.
Skill Based Recruiting Platform Gets Seed Round
The startup has closed on $650K in pre-seed funding led by Atlanta-area investor Jon Hallett, a previous backer of Nexza’s co-founder, Rob Patten.
Nexza is entirely free for both employers and candidates to create and host their profile. The employer simply enters their description and company-wide benefits. Then, each individual team — software development, QA, product managers, etc. — can create their own profile specifying their tech stack, individual details and more.
On the candidate side, the individual inputs education, citizenship status, tech and non-tech skills, LinkedIn, Github or personal website. They also clarify what they might be looking for: preferred geography (or remote work), whether they’d like to work from home at all, their ideal company size and role. Learn more at https://www.nexza.com/
SAN FRANCISCO, May 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Trusted Health, the career platform for modern nurses to work, connect and grow, today announced that it has closed $20 million in Series A funding, led by Craft Ventures and joined by previous investors Felicis Ventures and Founder Collective.
The company also has officially launched support for flexible nursing opportunities nationwide and added permanent staff openings for nurses seeking more traditional employment. Nurses can receive support from Trusted Health’s nurse advocates during their employment journey and take advantage of full W2 benefits.
Trusted Health combines a state-of-the-art digital employment platform, personalized support and a unique hiring structure that eliminates the hassles and controversy of 1099 contracting, by offering W2 employment, as well as perks similar to those available in the high-tech industry. With Trusted Health, nurses now have a single, go-to resource where they can grow professionally, explore new opportunities and find answers to their questions.
Through its marketplace, Trusted Health operates as a fully automated online employment agency, simplifying job searches by providing candidates visibility into the latest openings. The platform also streamlines the application process by digitizing, saving and managing resumes, credentials, certifications and other key employee information. An advanced, automated matching system alerts nurses in real-time of new opportunities that correspond with their credentials, experience and preferences, and provides all job and compensation details upfront so candidates can make informed decisions.
PHILADELPHIA, May 06, 2019 — GR8 People, architects of a breakthrough one-experience talent platform for the enterprise, announced today the release of EUREKA!™, the industry’s first Autonomous Talent Delivery (ATD) component native to its platform.
Native to GR8 People, EUREKA!™ was built to identify, match, screen, supply and engage talent at an unprecedented degree of precision and speed for better, faster hires. The new built-in component enables recruiters to eliminate time-consuming tasks associated with candidate sourcing, assessment and communications, while delivering a continuous pipeline of qualified, interested and available talent.
As soon as a job is created, AI and machine learning technology automatically produce matched and scored candidates. Personalized communications are immediately activated through automation to start the recruiting process and continuously engage candidates. Recruiters instantly rediscover candidates and colleagues they already have, and talent pipelines are kept fresh and full. Time and focus are (finally) given back to talent acquisition to hire the best talent faster than humanly possible.