Strategies for integrating your company’s core values into the selection process
Innovative ways to allow candidates to demonstrate skills and cultural fit
Best practices for providing ongoing feedback and evaluation on quality of hire and performance
Delivering quality hires consistently is perceived as the most important strategic function of talent acquisition, according to a recent study by Cielo. Organizations must take a critical look at the selection, assessment and screening process and close the communication loop with hiring managers to ensure that the talent acquisition process consistently delivers quality.
What does the ideal interview process look like? Organizations are challenged with developing a screening process that is both challenging enough to really identify the strongest candidates, yet not so cumbersome as to be frustrating and turn quality candidates away.
Join Alina Karle, Recruiting Specialist at Axis Communications, as she discusses how her organization works to identify top candidates and measure quality of hire through times of strong business growth.
Looking back at all the positions your organization has filled within the past year, how many are still performing at the level you expected when they were hired? How many are still with the company at all? Why?
In order to move from a transactional function to a more strategic role in the business, HR must take a holistic approach to recruiting and hiring ─ beyond just filling open positions.
White Paper | Author: Angela Hills, Cielo | Published:February 5, 2016
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