Focus On Finding Candidates
Finding quality candidates is a difficult and time-consuming process, especially in highly competitive job markets. But hiring the best talent is important for a company’s success, so it’s worth taking the time to find and hire good candidates.
Start by establishing an intake meeting as soon as you receive a requisition, and agree on a timeline with your team. Recruiters should also review the role and discuss the must-have and nice-to-have qualifications, and brainstorm sourcing channels to consider.
Use Social Media
Recruiters can use social media to promote their company, find candidates and communicate with them during the recruitment process. However, it is important to adhere to corporate communication guidelines when doing so. This will ensure that the information posted is accurate and in line with the organization’s brand.
It is also important to tailor recruiting messages to the individual platform. For example, LinkedIn messaging may be more professional than Instagram messages.
Create A Website
When it comes to finding candidates, having a website that looks professional is crucial. Not only does it make your agency more accessible, but it also shows potential job applicants that you’re serious about getting them in the door.
In a world where hiring managers google every candidate before interviews, having your own website gives you more control over how you’re perceived online. Instead of seeing embarrassing social media posts, they’ll see your website, which is curated to showcase the best version of you.