You’ve got a pile of resumes staring you in the face. Many hiring managers and recruiters struggle when looking for talent for vacant positions. Some even settle for average employees just because they can’t find the best talent.
So how can your team avoid making a convenient hire over the best hire? Let’s get into it.
Before you begin hiring candidates, the first thing you need to do is assess the job seekers you have already hired. The insights you get from this will help you set the pace for your recruitment process and allow you to get the experts you need. You may also identify all the shortcomings your recruiting process has, and you can fix them before you start the other recruitment.
The hiring process is a collaborative effort between the manager and the recruiter, and they must work together. Recruiters are responsible for gathering a pool of candidates for the hiring managers to interview and select from. If there is no healthy communication on collaboration between the two, it can be challenging to find the best candidate.
The first thing that attracts candidates to a job offer is the job description. Most hiring managers or recruiters do not pay much attention to job postings on the job boards when in reality, it can be the biggest reason you cannot attract the best candidates.
You’d be a fool not to let the experts do the heaving lifting on this. Consider letting Wavely do the work for you. Candidates today are not interested in long job postings. If it takes longer than 10 minutes to complete an online application, you’re missing out on 50% of qualified applicants. And if your application process is too complex, candidates will simply move on to the next opportunity.
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