Hire Better Quality Talent NOW With Proactive Recruitment


Nobody is successful by just sitting around; the same is true with recruitment. Proactive recruitment is the only way to go!

Proactive Recruitment is the key to having the right candidates exactly when you need them.To get the best talent, hiring managers, recruiters and human resources personnel need to stop last-minute hiring and start proactive recruitment!

It is true that many hiring managers shudder when they hear the word “proactive.” They are all so busy, and “proactive” certainly sounds like a lot of work.

In reality, proactive recruitment is not that hard.  All it means is recruiters must work a little smarter than the competition.

Two ways proactive recruitment will improve your hiring strategy—timing and quality. Neither takes extra effort, hard work or long, sleepless nights.

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Better Recruitment Immediately in Four Steps!


At one time or another, many of us will need to recruit new employees. It is a part of doing business.

Good recruitment strategies will unquestionably come in handy.

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Knowing the best practices of recruitment help employers as well as both new and existing employees. Effective recruitment is a win-win for everyone; new hires benefit by being on the right track from the start, management wins by obtaining the best talent and potential for growth.

Effective recruitment practices are more than glancing at resumes and choosing the best candidate by gut feelings. Specific hiring procedures are the key to your company’s success.

With effective recruitment practices, you will find that the overall quality of your pool of candidates will advance. Better talent will also result in improved leadership as these new hires go up the corporate ladder.

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The Evolution of the Recruitment Consultant [Infographic]


The Evolution of the Recruitment Consultant [Infographic]Searching for a new job—for the first time or a mid-career change—might leave you with your head spinning.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how technology has changed the pace—and process—of business. No segment of the business world has remained unchanged; every job is touched—for better or worse—by a flood of new gadgets, software and processes.

Some jobs, however, are resistant to automation. Take recruiters, for example.

Like sales and customer service, the role of the recruiter is in developing connections—with contacts, candidates and client employers. Their job has always been to attract candidates, matching them to either temp or permanent positions.

They build relationships in order to gain a better understanding of their recruitment needs and requirements.

That is not to say that innovations have not affected the job of the recruiter. Wonderful technological advances have streamlined the field of recruiting and hiring. There are some excellent services to craft and submit advertising or job descriptions for use in a wide range of media; ways to quickly organize large amounts of data for networking, headhunting, and both contact and referral management.

There are software-as-a-service companies that can screen candidates, interview them, perform background checks and match them to their clients.

The recruiter of today is unrecognizable from even a few years ago. As technology changes every industry, recruiters for the most part have been impacted hard.

Recruiters have advanced with the times, but what about the future?

Infographic after the jump…

 

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Real Cost of Interviews in Recruiting [Infographic]


Cost of Interview in Recruiting Infographic from Sarah White:

Mobile Recruiting toolsSarah White partnered with Video Interviewing Provider Wowzer  and, surveyed recruiters, HR professionals, hiring managers and candidates, getting their thoughts on the interview process – the things that work, what doesn’t and what areas need to be addressed.

The finding give a clear idea of the hiring process and why recruiters are VERY busy!

  • Recruiters have 22 open positions and 3100+ resumes to review at any given time.
  • A position is open on average for 45 days.
  • It takes someone 5 1/2 hours per opening just to schedule phone screens.
  • Video calling/meeting services have been well adopted by recruiters, hiring mangers & job seekers outside of interview process.
These figures show how tools like software-as-a-service; online hiring and acquisition tools; and human resources management programs can save time, headaches and MONEY!

Infographic after the jump…

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How to Hire Efficiently and Stress-Free


The success of any organization rests with employees, but the process of acquiring the right talent can often be a frustrating, time-intensive task. However, companies do not have to struggle to recruit and hire the best people.

There are several ways organizations can make the interviewing, recruiting and hiring process easier and more efficient: Continue reading “How to Hire Efficiently and Stress-Free”