Have You Put Your Company Hiring Process On Paper? Konstanty Sliwowski, CEO and founder of Caissa Global Recruitment, discusses just how shocking it is that companies can’t dictate their hiring processes while detailing the impact thereof.
What’s Your Process?
Companies far too often neglect setting out fixed processes for recruiting, vetting, screening and interviewing potential hires. If you don’t have a procedure to show, it's a poor reflection on your company, leading candidates to feel that their needs are being neglected. This, in turn, lowers your brand image overall, which is especially true in the case of a job refusal. There are, however, certain basic steps that you can take to improve recruitment processes.
How A Recruiter Can Help You Hire Better
Working with a driven recruiter helps you form a basic structure for your hiring process. This includes details such as who does the first, second, and third interview, whether or not there are any written or whiteboard tests and the details thereof, and all relevant information including the general format. It’s all about getting the candidate better prepared for whom they’ll be speaking to and what they’ll be speaking about. Your hiring manager needs to be able to explain to the candidate how the company processes work and how to follow through with the screening or interview process.
Improve Recruiting, Improve Employee Branding
If you don’t have a procedure to show, it is a poor reflection on your company, leading candidates to feel that their needs are being neglected. This, in turn, lowers your brand image overall, which is especially true in the case of a job refusal. One can’t expect a candidate to be motivated to join your team if the most basic crucial information is not provided, and word-of-mouth can be your worst enemy if you’ve neglected the core details of hiring.
Contact Carissa Recruitment and let us work with you to devise the perfect hiring process for you as a company and your staff.