Writing a job posting is hard. Whether it’s a new job or an old job requisition they have on file, recruiters have to find the perfect balance of skills to attract the candidates they want. That’s why we’ve added the new Skills-Driven Recruiting Analysis to Emsi Recruit. With this new feature, recruiters can drop the text of their posting into our tool, extract the skills, see how common they are in any region, and find related skills.
Talent attraction is only one component of a workforce development strategy, but it’s a timely one. And whether developing a talent attraction campaign or creating an entirely new workforce development plan, there are principles that can help guide your community. Now in its fourth year, our Talent Attraction Scorecard includes a look at the principles that cut across all phases of the talent development life cycle.
In communities big or small, urban or rural, talent is on the move. Learn more about which communities are winning the talent attraction competition, and why, in the fourth annual Talent Attraction Scorecard. Included in the report are strategies and best practices for your community in all phases of workforce development.
With Emsi APIs, companies can access Emsi’s raw data and pipe it directly into their own dashboards, making it easy to compare internal and external data. Here are a few examples of how companies can use Emsi APIs and what they’ll need to get started.
What degrees and skills should companies look for when hiring marketing, public relations, and sales talent? Hint: it’s not just business and communications degrees! In Sourcing With Skills, Emsi’s latest research report, we analyzed six popular degrees and discovered many of their graduates move into key business roles.
With Emsi’s staffing package, staffing and recruiting organizations can measure market share and identify new sectors for growth in any location, see which companies are actively hiring, and co-brand data research reports.