Are you an HR specialist responsible for finding new employees for your company? Then you know this can sometimes seem like an impossible task. After all, the quality and fit of new employees can significantly influence the long-term success of your organisation – so you want to make sure you get it right every single time. (more…)
After you followed the 3 essential steps for successful recruitment and your ideal candidate has accepted the job offer, can you now pat yourself on the back because your work is done? Not exactly. A new hire’s experience during their first week of employment acts as a first impression, so onboarding has become one of the most important steps of the entire recruitment process. You’ve invested a lot of time and money thus far, so you don’t want to slack off at the onboarding stage and return to square one of recruiting the position again, do you? (more…)
When employee turnover climbs to an excessive rate, many companies ask themselves, “Where did we go wrong?” A good idea is to look at the starting point to see the importance of being engaged in all steps of recruitment from forming a strategy to making an offer, in order to select the right people for the job. The cost and time put into replacing an employee far outweighs doing it right the first time. (more…)
Find the best candidate for the job! Download “Critical Touch Points of Recruitment” here!
Finding a job can be tricky, but it doesn’t get any easier, when you are the recruiter. Finding the right person for the job is just as difficult. There are many job candidates with great potential out there but how do you figure out who meets the job criteria and who can actually do the job?
“Critical Touch Points of Recruitment”, co-written by the Robin Throckmorton , president of strategic HR, and colleagues, helps recruiters to find the best candidate for the job. The ebook contains advice on sourcing candidates, interview questions, assessments and many more topics around recruitment.
Find out here what the 3 key questions for recruiters are: