At Talos360, we offer a range of employer brand services to support your recruitment campaigns, including the creation of professional websites, the design of bespoke assets and the writing of advertising texts focused on participation. The selection phase is a crucial moment in hiring. This means evaluating the suitability of your candidates to attract and pursue the strongest people. To reduce the number of administrative staff in the selection process, it may be useful to include “key questions” in the application forms.
These can include years of experience, education level, or willingness to automatically filter out unsuitable candidates. A positive onboarding experience has a huge impact on employee retention. The more welcome new recruits are to your company, the more likely they are to thrive in their career and stay with you in the long term. Consider what information you can provide them before the start date so that they feel part of the business.
An onboarding microsite can be very useful for communicating this information. With our intelligent candidate selection automations, you can identify and prioritize the most compatible candidates from the moment they submit their application. Improve engagement and increase morale with our intelligent participation and workforce analysis platform, Talos Engage. Planning, the job offer, the candidate review, the phone screen, the interview, the verification and the job offer are the 7 stages of hiring.
Taking the time to execute these measures carefully and methodically can help you find the right people for the job and avoid high employee turnover. The different stages of hiring comprise a workflow familiar to even the most beginning recruiter. This will help you select the best options for the position, saving you valuable time and effort in the later stages. At the interview stage, it is important to plan interview questions wisely to establish the suitability of candidates for the position.
If you're hiring remotely, using video interview technology is a great way to interact and interact with your candidates, as it allows you to get the most out of the interview phase, despite the challenges of the situation. This means comparing the performance of each candidate at the interview stage and evaluating which traits and skills are most desirable for the position in question. At this stage, the real search begins; you'll implement the strategy you established at the beginning of the process. It's tempting (and understandable) to want to quickly find team members when you don't have enough staff, but spending time completing each stage of the hiring process will help you understand your needs, reduce stress, and find the right person for your team.