Top strategies to attract and hire more candidates remotely
Virtual recruiting is, without a doubt, one of the biggest challenges facing HR managers in 2022 amidst the Great Resignation. More job openings are staying unfilled for companies in every industry around the world as companies of every size fight for top talent.
Given these challenges, how can you simplify the virtual recruiting process to fill those roles quickly and easily?
We’ve talked to some of the top virtual recruiters and have put together this guide to help you on your way.
This guide and the recruiting best practices within are separated into three sections:
1. Attracting More Candidates:
The first step in virtual recruitment is getting the right people to apply for your job openings. And to do that, you need to get in front of a broad audience to find the diamond in the rough. Simply posting your job openings on your website isn’t going to cut it.
2. Improving the Virtual Interview Process:
Once you have the applications flowing in, the next step is streamlining your virtual interviews. Thankfully, without the need for in-person interviews, you can generally accomplish more in less time with virtual recruiting.
3. Reducing Turnover:
There are many factors contributing to the Great Resignation today, including re-evaluation of life priorities, and a focus on mental health and well being. While some of these will not be affected by your efforts, there are some things you can do to help reduce turnover, and thereby decrease your ongoing recruitment needs.
This guide walks through dozens of best practices for effective and efficient remote recruiting, to help you find the right fit for each position and ensure a positive experience for both the recruiter and the candidates.
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