September 15, 2020

Programmatic Job Advertising: the race to the bottom

When Indeed surpassed Monster.com in 2010 as the most trafficked job site in the US, they introduced a new pricing model for recruitment advertising: Pay-per-click (PPC). PPC allows employers to pay for job ads based on how much traffic they get (how many people click on them).

How to engage passive candidates with the Recruiting Funnel

Unemployment is at a record low. In response, employers are turning to new, more targeted, advertising channels to source talent. Specifically, to source passive candidates. But, to successfully reach and convert these candidates, we need to make some adjustments to the recruitment process and funnel.

How to Reduce Your Cost-Per-Hire In 5 Easy Steps

Fair or not, recruiting departments today face the constant pressure to reduce cost per hire. Recruiters and HR are expected to line up the best hires in a short period of time with little to no budget. Breaking down your cost per hire is an important strategic tool to assess the cost effectiveness of your recruiting process. Here’s an overview on how to calculate your cost per hire and how to optimize your recruitment process for a reduced cost-per-hire (CPH).

Recruiting Candidates With Artificial Intelligence

With more than half of all employers experiencing difficulties in recruitment, finding the right talent is critical for business success. Artificial Intelligence for recruitment is an emerging powerhouse of automation tools, which are able to look for talent in new and data driven ways. AI helps you focus on the right candidates by saving you time and money on repetitive, high-volume tasks, such as candidate targeting, sourcing or screening.

How KFC lowered their cost per applicant by 87%

Kentucky Fried Chicken has over 18,000 restaurants worldwide, 53 of them in the Netherlands. KFC Netherlands employs 2,000 people at its restaurants and headquarters, making them the second biggest fast-food chain in the country. Kentucky Fried chicken has set a target to double the number of restaurants they operate in the Netherlands within the next 5 years.

How Dela hired 7 new talents in only 10 days

When Dela decided to open a new location in Goes, a little village in the south-west of the Netherlands, they didn’t know anything about the area or how to search for the right employees. Because Dela did not have the answers, they turned to Wonderkind for help.