In theory, Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) gives companies the ability to pass human recruiting tasks on to automated tools. Not only does this delegate the prescreening process to a robot, it can also prevent would-be candidates from even becoming applicants. This...
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Five Strategies to Effective Recruiting in a Candidate Driven Market
This is part one of our five-part series about effective recruiting in a candidate driven market.
By: Edna Nakamoto and Jessica Barrett
Recruiting today is not the same as it was even a few short years ago. The market is candidate driven, meaning the talent you’re seeking is receiving multiple offers at a time, being contacted by recruiters regularly, and in the position to change employers easily when their work stops being fulfilling. If you or your team are looking at making your recruiting more effective as you navigate these market changes, or are just jumping into recruiting, join us for our five-part series about effective recruiting in a candidate driven market.
Strategic Planning and Determining Need
Determining staffing needs can at times be some of the more critical decisions employers are faced with. There can be the tendency to automatically back-fill a termination, or add to staff based on a recent increase in workload. The key to successful staffing lies in a strategic plan based upon a clear assessment of long-range business goals, existing skill set, trends in work volume, and evaluating your skills gap. Planning appropriately will ensure you are well positioned to hire the ri