Symphony Talent Research Finds Most Companies Still Lag in Talent Nurture and Automation Strategies

NEW YORK, Jan. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --A Symphony Talent, a recruitment marketing technology company that helps recruiting teams automate tasks and empower interactions, just released its 2021 Recruitment Marketing Strategies Report, based on six years of research on Fortune 500 companies. In a year where transparent communication, efficient screening and hiring, and future pipelining were critical, the majority of businesses missed a critical opportunity to create a competitive edge with millions of potential candidates. Just 32% addressed COVID-19 resources or updates, and only 7% utilized email communication to send stories or content to their talent communities. "We've been able to quantify the growth and investment in recruitment marketing as a necessary discipline since 2015," said Roopesh Nair, chief executive officer at Symphony Talent. "In this volatile year, it's clear that the most agile and successful companies were the few that had already established a solid strategy and technology foundation." Some of the most prominent businesses in national news due to their impact on and response to the pandemic a?? like CVS Health, Stryker, and Ecolab a?? were among the 14% of the Fortune 500 categorized as recruitment marketing pioneers ("A" grades), scoring high in categories like nurture, personalization and initiative hiring. CVS Health a?? a company that hired more than 61,000 people this year, including 2,000+ displaced workers from hard-hit industries a?? took the number one overall spot for the second year in a row due to its leading strategies in employer branding content, talent network communication, and adoption of emerging technology like conversational engagement and candidate relationship management (CRM) automation.
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