Resources for the Coronavirus in the Workplace
Below are some important resources from our CandE community that you can share internally and with your networks during these uncertain times. Be safe, and take care of one another.
Talent Board Articles & Webinars to check out:
Collaborative Kindness and 10 Other Things Recruiting Teams Can Do Today – written on May 20, 2020
UPDATED: How Recruiters Can Help When Companies Aren’t Hiring – When Hiring Slows, Recruiters Don’t [Webinar recording on this article from April 7th below – and updated webinar recording from May 21st available here]
Candidate Experience and the Weight of Today (ARTICLE + KEVIN VIDEO) – written on May 1, 2020
Survey Results: COVID-19 Impact on Hiring – written on May 1, 2020
Coronavirus at Work: CandE Community Recommendations – written on April 2, 2020
Candidate and Employee Experience Still Matter – written on March 27, 2020
Coronavirus at Work: The Recruiting and Hiring Impact – written on March 20, 2020
Coronavirus at Work: Keep Communicating, Preparing and Moving Forward – written on March 15, 2020
[Webinar Recording] Benchmark Your Candidate Experience with the CandEs – Even in these uncertain times, candidate experience is more important than ever. The CandE Program is still open for companies to participate and get benchmarking data on their experience. We are monitoring the current situation, and may extend the August 31 deadline to accommodate.
Below are some additional important resources from our CandE community that you can share internally and with your networks:
Use #CoronavirusHR to share and request help and resources on social.
RecruitersRecruitingRecruiters.com — a platform specifically designed to help TA professionals who’ve been displaced or furloughed, and a place for companies hiring those in the recruiting profession.
HelpOneBillion – A network of 500,000 jobs from 100+ global organizations -discover a job with determined employers hiring for essential work, brought to you by CandE Sponsor Phenom
Access the HR Community’s Open Source Coronavirus Resource Guide (thanks to Lars Schmidt / @Lars)
Watch our webinar recording “How Recruiters Can Help When Companies Aren’t Hiring” from April 7th with Talent Board – download the slides here.
Current events in world health and the stock market are unfolding hour by hour. There is uncertainty in what our businesses, supply chains, healthcare industry, education, and even entertainment will look like for the next few months. How long will this “new normal” last? We don’t know.
If your requisition load is slowing, it’s time to dust off that list of “to-do’s.” With the right mindset, you’ll see that list is a tool of actions you can take now to set up yourself and your teams for future hiring success and happy candidates.
During this informative webinar recording from April 7th, Talent Board President Kevin Grossman and Talent Acquisition Manager at Expert Velocity and CandE Consultant Adela Schoolderman will share their ideas what you should focus on now including:
- Employee engagement and company culture
- Deepening internal relationships
- “Silver medalist” candidates and runners up
- Don’t leave anyone hanging
- And more!
Watch our webinar recording “Maintaining Your Candidate Experience and Employer Brand During Uncertain Times” from March 26th with exaqueo and Talent Board – download the slides here.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has quickly changed the way we recruit and hire in challenging and unexpected ways. While there is a great deal of uncertainly that lies ahead, one thing is for certain, life and work must go on. You’ll still have jobs to fill, candidates to keep warm and an employer brand to manage until we return to a (new) normal. The key thing many companies should be doing throughout is to keep all communication channels open for employees and candidates alike.
During this webinar recording from March 26th, exaqueo and Talent Board will cover the current impact on recruiting and hiring, how to assess your talent strategy during this time, and consider the importance and effect on your candidate experience and employer brand. Those organizations and HR and recruiting leaders who adapt now, who set expectations and provide personalized communication with even more clarity, will only be rewarded later for proactive planning. You’ll walk away with immediate actions and long-term planning considerations to help your organization, your team, and yourself.