Nearly every job ad or company website contains “the search for talent” but it’s all too common to scare away, rather than attract, talent.
“the search for talent”
Many employers and certainly most recruiters, sad to say, do a better job of driving talented people away than reeling them in, both during the selection process and after the talent has been hired.
I have 10 common scenarios and helpful guidelines for getting the best results when interviewing job candidates.
Too many organisations ignore the power of social media. If you get it wrong, you may see damaging ripple effects that appears when somebody makes a complaint which gains traction and/or goes viral around the internet.
To help prevent this, check out the above situations for jobseekers and see what many experience when they apply for jobs.
If you see one or two in your own organisation, consider adding them to your
“Resolutions for 2015” list.
It will be good for your brand and the morale inside your business.
Make 2015 a better year for your job applicants. Put your heart back into the recruiting business and remember to hunt wisely!