Finding the best candidate and improving the recruiting strategy has always been a daunting task for any Recruiter.
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered; here are a few hiring tips to help you seek out the best, most-appropriate candidates.
Utilize a Talent Network
Don’t miss a good candidate because their existing skill-set does not fit your current job openings. Collect general information and automatically notify qualified candidates when a matching job opens.
Push and Pull
Recruiters can’t just post a job opening, they have to work to attract candidates. Automation creates more time for personal connections with candidates.
75% of hiring and talent managers use either an Applicant Tracking System or other recruiting software to improve their hiring process. A cloud-based solution allows you to streamline your recruitment process.
Single Page Applications
60% of job seekers quit in the middle of filling out online applications due to their length or complexity. Shifting to one-page applications guarantees that a candidate will complete the process.
Narrate the value addition
Today’s applicants want to forge a longterm relationship with their employer, so it’s vital to articular benefits and company culture. Discuss both the job and company culture in the description.
Prepare forGeneration Z
85%of Gen Z says that they’ve watched at least one online video in the past week to learn a new skill. Give video tips for the interview process, or talk about the top qualities you look for in candidates.
The current job market is 90% candidate driven. Candidates are open to communicating through alternative methods if doing so speeds up the job search and provides more information.
Assess, interview, hire, repeat. And the cycle goes on.
- Keep it to the point.
- Eliminate those tired clichés.
- Use pre-hiring assessments.
- Explore niche job boards.
Write Accurate Job Listings
It seems basic yet it’s often overlooked: A great job posting expresses what the job entails. Even slight tweaks, like listing key job responsibilities, can improve your results.
Utilize online resources and company websites while looking for a job. Invest time in developing relationships with university placement offices, recruiters, and executive search firms.