How investing in “people analytics” has dramatically changed Google’s hiring process — and saved the company time and money in the process.
An organized, efficient interview process is key to your company’s ability to hire quickly and effectively. Here are five common challanges and solutions to help you tighten up your process.
In the tech world, the bulk of hires are made through proactive outbound recruitment. The key word there is proactive. If you’re waiting for the right candidate to come to you, you’re going to find yourself with a lot of open positions to fill.
You may have just made the perfect hire, but guiding him or her through an effective onboarding process for new hires is key to increasing productivity and retention.
In such a competitive talent market, tech companies need to learn how to sell candidates on their job opportunities. Find out what you need to break through.
Once you’ve sourced, interviewed, and selected your top candidate, the hardest part of the hiring process is over, right? Not exactly. In fact, how you prepare for and extend a job offer to your top candidate may make or break your entire search.
Have you found a candidate who could be “the one”? Hold the phone. Before you pull the trigger there is one more crucial step to take: conducting thorough and effective reference check interviews.
Looking to save time and resources by streamlining your hiring process? Use this simple checklist and examples of sample phone screening questions to quickly identify the best candidates while filtering out the rest.