Recruitment and communication go hand-in-hand. Whether it is communicating within the team or with candidates and clients, communication is at the core of every recruitment process. If you have found a way to resolve communication issues, then you have crossed half the hurdles hindering your recruitment process.
How many times have organizations lost out on potential talent due to lack of proper and timely communication? Candidates sometimes wait for a long time to know the outcome of their interview, and without a doubt, the organization that responds faster seals the deal. When handling bulk recruitment activities, apt and accurate communication becomes an even bigger challenge. Also, coordination within the team is mandatory for a smoother flow of work. Even with regular meetings and updates it is easy to miss out on vital information.
So just what can be done to sort out this major setback? Sending over 200 emails per day is taxing even for a reputed recruitment professional. One can easily miss out important information or cross deadlines along the way. Read more
You can now meet the Zoho Recruit team on February 25 & 26, 2014 at the Recruitment Agency Expo 2014 being held at Olympia, London.
If you’re keen on improving your current recruitment process, why not visit us at Stand No. 94 to get a quick demo of our product and identify key features that could aid your recruitment process?
The future of your recruitment process lies with choosing the appropriate Recruitment Software that best caters to all your recruiting needs. Come meet us at the Expo to learn and explore more!
Efficiency of any system can be determined only when measured and measurement is the key to managing it. Though written reports can give us a gist of the current recruiting scenario and how well it is progressing, numerical data and visual interpretations of such data speak much more louder and clearer than words.
Recruitment analytics isn’t just about measuring efficiency, sometimes, it is the first step in making crucial recruitment decisions, setting up an annual recruitment strategy or is simply an aid in achieving set recruitment targets. Whatever the reason behind the analysis, it is no doubt an indispensable part of the recruitment life cycle. Read more
Here’s fantastic news for all recruiting professionals in and around Denver, Colorado. Zoho Recruit will be exhibiting at the PowerBoost 2014 Conference, which will be held at PPA Event Center on Tuesday, February 18, 2014.
We cordially welcome you to engage with us at the conference and get yourself acquainted with our product and discover how it can be beneficial to your recruitment process. With online recruitment making up more than 80% of the world’s recruitment operations, an ideal Applicant Tracking System is just what it takes to get any organization started with online recruitment.
Our team will be happy to meet with you and give you a quick overview of how our product works and the solution it offers. Take advantage of the opportunity to streamline and shape up your recruitment process. Find out more at the event!
We are extremely pleased to announce that Zoho Recruit is coming to New York. We’re hosting a Training and Meet-Up session on Thursday, February 20, 2014.
The Training – will focus on how to make best use of Zoho Recruit to run a recruitment process. You will be given useful insights on product features, tutorials on advanced features and also the opportunity to put across your queries and have them answered by product experts. You can also socialize and share your experiences with other recruitment professionals and draw valuable understanding from theirs.
The Meet-Up – will shed light on how recruitment processes can be simplified and streamlined for efficiency. We will be sharing some handpicked information that would benefit you with your recruitment process. You will have the liberty to put across your queries during the question and answer session. Also, don’t miss the chance to network with industry professionals.
So grab the opportunity, join us at the Training and stay updated on the latest, greatest and how-tos of Zoho Recruit. Or engage with us at the Meet-Up to discover how your recruitment process can be simplified. We look forward to having the pleasure of helping you explore the world of possibilities, in making your recruitment process effortless and sophisticated. See you soon!
Yesterday marked the beginning of a new year, and subsequently, a fresh start on all things related to your life and your business. Go ahead and look out your window. It’s 2014 and anything is possible.
January 1 is more than just a day on the calendar. It is a time to reflect on the past year, and more importantly, focus on the one ahead. How can you become a better recruiter? How can you become a better you?
And while it’s true that New Year’s resolutions fizzle out quicker than fireworks across a New Year’s Eve night sky, creating a list of goals and new recruiting techniques for 2014 can significantly increase your success as a recruiter, if you put them to practice!
Statistically, sales teams and businesses that make the fewest hiring errors are the most successful. Why? Because they have the best employees who were a perfect fit for the job from day one, and therefore, didn’t waste time with other candidates.
So, how can you improve your recruiting game in 2014? Here are a few helpful tips to get you going!
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Back in August, we discussed different candidate types one might encounter during both the recruitment and interview process. Like I said then, there is no ideal candidate personality perfect for every position across the board. Each job requires someone different and each company should look for personality diversity in its employees.
A common misconception many small businesses or companies have is the desire to hire like-minded employees who act and perform similarly to the owner or other employees. However, CEO and founder of Steven Step Recruiting, Beth Gilfeather, warns against this saying, “while it might seem like a good thing…it can hamper growth.”
With that in mind, a recruiter and potential interviewer not only needs to be aware of different candidate types, but also techniques and strategies to use for these different types of people during the interview process.