The best way to recruit an ideal candidate? Explore your options and choose the type of interview that suits the hiring manager, enterprise and candidate. With a well-planned interview process, you will present a great first impression to your candidates from the beginning itself.
You have put out an advertisement for an open job position and have screened through hundreds of applications. Some of them were qualified for the job and had the experience, but you are yet to make a final decision.
Read more at: https://www.olxpeople.com/blog/types-of-interview/
Recruitment process outsourcing is a lot more than just an extended support feature for hiring solutions and for onsite deputation. They are expert recruiters and can handle your entire hiring requirement as and when required.
Every recruiter or hiring manager would confess that hiring is not an easy process. And the process becomes even harder when you’re hiring employees to work at remote locations.
Read more at: https://www.olxpeople.com/blog/is-recruitment-process-outsourcing-about-onsite-deputation/
Attracting and engaging top talent is critical to business success, and companies with great talent hold a powerful advantage over their competitors. That’s why smart, modern organizations are taking a serious look at their recruitment strategy and formalizing their approach to recruitment marketing.
While technology can’t provide all the answers, a recruitment marketing platform can greatly enhance efforts to attract, engage, and convert top candidates.
Read more at: https://www.jobvite.com/blog/recruitment-marketing/making-the-case-for-an-investment-in-recruitment-marketing-technology/
Decisions, decisions… they happen all around us. We make 35,000 subconscious decisions according to Roberts Wesleyan College research. Not in a lifetime either… in a day.
When the subconscious is involved, so is bias—it’s only natural. That’s why the selection process and supporting applicant tracking software are key for diversity. Not only is unbiased hiring our path to a more inclusive future of work, it’s the best way organizations can eliminate risk of overlooking their best-fit candidates.
Read more at: https://www.icims.com/company/blog/article-3-ways-to-reduce-bias-in-the-interview-process/
As a recruiter, you’re on the front line of your company’s talent acquisition efforts. Sourcing and attracting ideal candidates for your organization is a weighty responsibility, and your interactions with those candidates ultimately determine the success of the entire process. One common challenge many recruiters face is the back and forth of interview scheduling. It may sound simple from the outside looking in, but in reality, can feel like an endless game of ping pong.
Read more at: https://www.hirevue.com/blog/hiring/time-to-hire-the-complete-guide-to-the-metric-every-recruiter-needs-to-know-and-improve
The pandemic has disrupted life and businesses across the globe, financial plans, acquisitions, mergers as well as hiring plans have all been affected. In March when the lock-down was announced, we witnessed disruptions in the hiring scenario, interviews were cancelled or postponed, or roles were put on hold indefinitely – absolute nightmare for us recruiters.
Read more at: https://antalnetworksindia.wordpress.com/2020/09/23/recovery-signs-amidst-the-chaos-hiring-in-the-healthcare-sector/
To assume that the pandemic, or the changing external factors, introduced the world to the remote hiring process would be incorrect. Online skills assessment, video interviews, and online onboarding were very much in practice before 2020.
However, with these disruptive external factors, remote hiring quickly turned from a nice-to-have feature to a must have.
Read more at: https://blog.interviewmocha.com/how-to-effectively-manage-a-virtual-interview-process
Anyone familiar with hiring is also very familiar with the typical job description. Reporting structure, high-level purpose, key skills, and attributes for the ideal candidate. This is something of a historical standard.
However, leaders in a post-COVID world need to reassess how they develop job descriptions to succeed in this new reality.
Read more at: https://recruitingdaily.com/adapting-the-job-description-in-the-post-covid-19-business-environment/
According to a recent survey commissioned by Lever, 50% of talent practitioners say diversity and inclusion will become more of a priority as a result of the pandemic. With more and more companies proactively working to combat racism, you might be wondering: Where’s best to begin?
Diversity and inclusion take a concerted effort across an organization to make progress.
Read more at: https://www.lever.co/blog/customer-spotlight-talent-optimization-in-the-time-of-covid-19/
Social media recruitment is required nowadays and it’s perfect to find out star candidates. The whole recruiting is changing drastically in the last ten years. Not only the companies are searching for new skill sets and talents but the way businesses find their ideal candidates has been improved a lot.
Read more at: https://recruitingblogs.com/profiles/blogs/which-social-media-network-to-include-in-your-recruitment