How to Simplify and Optimise Your Hiring Process
24 November 2020
Right now, the ever-evolving hiring concept is becoming more complex. The modern recruitment methods that use technology and social media may bring better results than the traditional hiring methods. Digital employment is here to stay, but there is more to it than that.
Hiring employees checklist published on business.gov.au shows that even small business owners needs to do more work than writing job description and selecting the best applicant if they want to hire employees who can see beyond the paychecks, align with the future vision of the business, build culture and enhance productivity now and into the future.
Simplifying the recruiting process is more effective, saves time, and delivers results by receiving quality applications. In your hiring process, there are steps that you must include, such as: identifying and defining the role to be filled, creating and promoting the job description, receiving applications, selecting and evaluating candidates that are ideal for the position and company culture, verifying the best candidates, and negotiating the job offer. You can still simplify and optimise your hiring process, by following the tips below:
- Do your homework first – good preparation will help you simplify all the next steps of the hiring Simplifying the process by having specific Hiring Managers will lower the risk of miscommunication and improve the morale of your employees.
- Offer a clear and specific description of the role – start with a clear picture of what role you need for your company. If you are not sure who the ideal candidate is, you will not be able to express it to attract the right candidates.
- Be transparent about the logistics of the hiring process, for example, how long will it take or how many interviews the applicants will likely
- Streamline the application process and make it easy to
- Give enough information about the company culture, where the candidate will fit in, what their typical day in a new role will involve – that will attract the right candidates stop others, who are not good fit, from applying.
- Think out of the box and see your company from the perspective of your employee. To many candidates, work-life balance, on-going professional development, or the opportunity to work independently may be more important than high wages.
- Keep the lines of communication open – some candidates may have preferred ways of staying in touch for personal reasons.
- Ensure that your online hiring process is easy to use and mobile friendly. An application that is hard to submit, or even worse – must be filled again and again because it loses the entered data when submitted incorrectly, may deter the best candidates.
- Let your attractive company culture win over and keep the top A modern, fun to use office, with spaces designed for quiet work or relaxation create a workplace where people are happier, more productive and the culture they are proud to add value to. High-potential talent means not just qualifications and technical skills, but also creativity, adaptability, and working with purpose.
Ask any seasoned Recruitment Manager and they will tell you that choosing the top talent based on qualifications, skills, and experience can backfire. According to HRD magazine the job market and its dynamics are changing. That includes emphasis on soft skills, work flexibility, better work-balance, transparency, trust, and support around company policy. We make sure that our client’s culture matches the candidates core values, both professional and personal, resulting in higher performance and lower risk of turnover.
To be successful in business requires top employees, while this can be challenging at times the requirement process is imperative to your success. By using our simplified process, we aid at procuring talented candidates for your company. We are here to help grow your business by placing emphasis on cost effectiveness and optimising the requirement process.