It can be incredibly frustrating for the organization when they don’t see the best results after putting a significant amount of time and effort into developing what they think are robust recruitment strategies. After all, employees are the backbone of every organization and if the HR departments don’t bring in the right talent, the organization suffers. We believe there are some reasons why recruitment strategies fail:
1. Not Setting Measurable Objectives
Many organizations are not even clear on their recruitment objectives and goals. Why are you recruiting? What do you want to achieve by doing it? What results would you like to see?
2. Not Defining Your Target Audience
Too often when a position becomes available, the HR department misses a few steps ahead and become overly eager to fill the position as quickly as possible. Little time is put into actually defining the caliber of candidate the job role should attract.
3. Your Interview Process
Bad candidate management makes for a poor experience, encouraging candidates to look elsewhere. So why do organization still make candidates wait so long for interviews and why aren’t they better prepared?
Our proven expertise in the area of search and selection has earned us the mandate to be able to handle the recruitment strategy effectively without failing in hiring suitable candidates that fit our client’s organization profile.