Finding the right candidates the first time is essential to a healthy bottom line - and it starts with establishing a strategic employee recruitment plan.
Talent is the business world’s most sought-after resource, and the process of searching for, attracting and hiring this commodity is the foundation for every company. Every business wants to hire high-quality employees, but not all of them have the tools and planning in place to do so. An effective employee recruiting strategy will set your company apart from the competition, and help you attract top-employees with the skills, knowledge and abilities that your organization wants to and needs to reduce turnover and costs, and increase productivity.
Job openings are typically based on your organization's strategic plan or management request, but they also arise due to employee resignation and termination. An effective recruiting strategy incorporates a well-thought-out approach to building a pipeline of candidates for the short-term, and longer term, as these needs arise.
Assessing the talent pool and identifying the right candidate isn’t a matter of sorting through resumes.
Recruiting top-performing employees is a dynamic process that requires strategic planning. Employee recruitment builds upon a positive talent brand, social recruiting and creative sourcing techniques.
Work Institute specializes in employee recruitment studies. We evaluate the strategy your organization uses to attract, interview and hire potential employees. We analyze the methods you’re using and determine what’s lacking, and give you specific insight into the effectiveness of your recruiting strategies and opportunities for improvement.
Hiring the wrong candidate has long-lasting effects.
Research shows that an estimate 80% of employee turnover is a result of poor hiring decisions. Turnover costs are only the first of many problems that can arise from a bad hire: Lowered employee morale, disrupted company culture, decreased productivity, and lowered revenue are all consequences of a poor hiring strategy.
Although most companies aware of the importance of hiring decisions, they still neglect to ensure they’re reaching their fullest potential in new hires. Using the Work Institute’s employee recruitment study program can help you to identify the areas of your recruitment strategy that need improvement - areas that could be costing you thousands - even millions - in turnover and low-productivity.
Work Institute’s recruitment studies give you the tools make key improvements to attract the best matches for your company.
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