Employee Recruiting Activities 
Identify and enhance the recruiting activities that deliver the best employment candidates.

In order to hire the most talented employees, you must actively recruit talented candidates.

After establishing a clear strategy for employee recruitment and selection, it’s essential for your company to engage in employee recruiting activities - in order to hire the top-talent you desire. High-performance employees are out there, but it’s up to you to set out to find them. If you’re smart about your recruiting, your business will have various platforms from which to source potential candidates and employees.

There are numerous employee recruiting activities to attract the best candidates for your company.

Recruiting activities are designed to bring in candidates who are well suited for open positions and your company. From online job listings to radio ads, job fairs and social media - when it comes to recruitment activities, the options are endless. The question comes down to: “What is the best recruiting activities for top candidates?”

Work Institute understands that there is not one simple answer - and that not one solution will fit every situation. Our recruitment studies are designed to understand your recruiting activities, and assess the variables that impact your recruitment activities. With our thorough research studies, we gain valuable insight about factors that affect your recruitment and help you determine the best sources and resources for your recruiting strategy.

Recruiting without a picture of your target employee is a waste of your time - and your money.

Recruiting high-performance employees involves strategic planning, meaning an investment in both your time and money. If you’re not focusing your recruiting efforts in the right place to attract the candidates you want, you’re missing out on valuable opportunities and productive employees.

Work Institute helps you identify your target candidates and determine where they might be. Our research studies zone in on employee recruitment activities customized to your company’s needs. We uncover where you efforts are best placed, where they need improvement, and where they’re producing little results. Ultimately, our recruitment surveys shed light on the areas that you can maximize your return on investment when it comes to employee recruitment.



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Association memberships and trade groups are great opportunity for networking - and recruiting candidates. Professionals with the background and experience you want and need are participating in industry events to better themselves professionally. By participating in your industry groups, conferences and trade shows, you’ll be able to build a master list of industry leaders, contacts, and employees.

Construct an organized plan to stay in front of these contacts systematically and regularly through online newsletters and distributions. Follow up on leads that could result in great hires.


Your web site can be one of your greatest recruitment tools. Do you have a “Careers” page or a “Join Our Team” section on your site? Does it tell and sell potential employees on your company? Conveying your message, vision, mission and values on your website will appeal to prospective, high-potential employees. Ensure that the information on your site sets you apart from others within your industry. Most importantly, make sure that your information is up to date - with an easy way for candidates to submit resumes for applications and consideration for positions.

Develop smart relationships with candidates - and recruit those with the highest potential.

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  • >The best place to place recruiting ads.

    What does the person you’re trying to reach read? Are your ads attracting the right types of people? How and where can you focus recruitment advertising dollars?

  • >The success of your employee referral program.

    Are your existing employees speaking highly of your company? Are you incentivizing them to recommend those they believe would be successful at your organization? Remember, successful people tend to associate with other successful people.

  • >Your recruiting firm’s outcomes.

    Are you using a recruiting firm? Are they specialized in your industry for the best results? How are they representing your organization?

  • >Your brand ambassador outlook.

    Are your customers brand evangelists? Are you looking at them as a source for referrals? Are they aware of your recruiting needs?

  • >Your networking appeal.

    Are you streamlining your recruitment efforts by networking? How are you staying connected with a potential candidate pool? What networking strategies are being utilized? Are they reaching the eyes and ears of the right people?

  • >Your return on investment in recruitment.

    What is your cost per hire? How much time is used to fill open positions? Are you making the most of your time and money?


Once you become a partner of Work Institute we assign you a Client Services representative. This person will be with you every step of the way – from identifying who needs to be interviewed, crafting the specific study questions, gathering and providing data analysis to building a change management plan to address specific issues and meet predefined business goals.

Your Client Services representative will become an integral part of your internal team by providing research, data, analysis and recommendations along the entire feedback cycle. Their entire focus is your company’s engagement and retention strategies. They find what isn’t working and get it working again saving your hundreds of thousands of dollars in turnover costs.

Once we get the interviews and surveys in place, your Client Services representative will work with you to summarize the major 3-4 trends in bullet form with the supporting raw data as a reference. We will regularly meet with you and any key leaders to discuss what we’ve discovered and will work with you to build a plan of action to make key changes.

Our reporting system is designed to give access to whomever you deem necessary.  Sometimes all organizational leaders want and need to know the research. Sometimes it’s better to have one key internal person managing the process. Whatever the request, we will provide access at no additional charge.

We use our combined experience of close to 30 years in human resources and our ability to capture the specific data you need to design thorough action plans to solve HR issues. For example, just by solving simple issues in recruitment results in hiring the right top talent for your open positions. Hiring the right top talent means reducing turnover significantly. This is what consulting with data can do for you.


Learn the best sources for your recruiting efforts.

Work Institute’s recruitment survey is designed to give you the in-depth information you need to measure and evaluate your employee recruiting activities. We uncover the unnecessary expenses that are costing you time and money in the recruiting and selection process. We help you to focus your efforts - and recruit and hire top-candidates for your business.



Our experts can help you determine the solutions best suited to your company’s needs.

  • "The actionable and detailed data from the Work Institute gave us the support to make the changes our employees needed to see. The ability to break it down into different divisions particularly provided us with the insight to address specific concerns within departments and levels, as opposed to blanket solutions, and led to an overall more productive workforce."