Speed is an important, if not the most important, factor in recruitment, which is why we have metrics such as time to hire and time to fill.
Source: Talent Tech Labs
When a role is open, that implies increased workload for other members of that team. Managers try to avoid that, so they want a position filled quickly. The problem is that a recruitment process focused exclusively on speed can be prone to a lot of error and miscommunication.
Between 25-33% of employees depart within six months of entering a new job.
Clearly, the recruitment process isn’t being optimized properly. Continue reading
Every organization’s recruitment process tends to have its own unique spin for attracting, selecting, and hiring candidates.
With hiring volume predicted to increase, but recruiting teams staying the same size or shrinking, investing in recruiting technology that streamlines the recruitment process will be a top priority in 2017.
Here are 4 ways technology can improve every step of the recruitment process.
Step 1: Creating an open req
This first step in a typical recruitment process involves identifying a vacancy in terms of responsibilities, type (e.g., full-time or part-time), and compensation.
This step also includes creating a job description based on the knowledge, experience, and skills required for the job. Continue reading