Candidate sourcing tools can – and should – be a recruiter’s best friend.
In a perfect world, we’d be able to find the absolute best candidate for an open role, whether that candidate is active or passive. Unfortunately, we know that approximately 50% of new hires fail.
So where’s the disconnect between the tools being used and the effectiveness of hiring? How do you know what features you need?
Here are 6 rules to follow when selecting a candidate sourcing tool.
Rule 1: Keep your hiring model in mind
What are you trying to accomplish specifically?
If you are a company that does a lot of high volume hiring, that will require different technology and functions than a company that might hire three times total per year. Continue reading
Job Hunting In the Digital Age
Many corporations and organizations are trying to optimize their hiring process to be more streamlined and reliable. Digital tools have made the hiring process not only much easier but at the same time more in-depth. Our digital age has made information about potential new hires much more accessible. From finding out where they earned their MBA to who their first employer was, researching candidates online can help recruiters go beyond what might be on their resume and give you more information about their past work. Sites such as LinkedIn can show recommendations and connections candidates have as well as more information about their work experience and accomplishments. Continue reading