Recruiting might be a people business, but many firms are catching on to the business benefits of analytics. The metrics that matter – and the ones that make a difference to your recruiting efforts – depend on the size and scope of your firm.
With increasingly AI-driven sourcing tools and a sea of public profiles at your fingertips, it’s easy to overlook the benefits of building your own talent pool. But owning a database of people in your industry – potential passive candidates, who you already know and who you’ve already background checked – is a valuable business asset.
The energy industry has seen a lot of changes over the last 30 years. During that time, recruiting firm Natek has consistently placed top talent in energy efficiency and renewables – including engineers, sales, operations, management, and executive leadership – for some of the biggest names in the industry.
The PCRecruiter Team recently attended the Sanford Rose Associates Fall Conference in Dallas. We wanted to publicly thank them and recognize all the work that went into putting such a strong conference together.
For recruiters working in a specific industry, switching verticals can be a chance to grow their business and learn something new. But more often than not, recruiters move in and around different verticals out of economic necessity.