On-line recruiting has come a long way . . . How does your organization stack up?
10 Point E-recruitment A s s e s s m e nt
Benchmark your on-line recruiting performance
. . . the pressure is on to get in the game
A tight labor market and intense competition for top talent is putting tremendous pressure on organizations. If your organization is using your corporate careers website primarily as a broadcasting channel for job vacancies, rather than a tool to ease the recruitment process, you’re likely being out-maneuvered in the war for talent. There is much more to on-line recruitment than establishing an employment page on your website and inviting candidates to e-mail their resumes. When considering e-recruitment it is important to measure the benefit of streamlining administration and reducing workload, which results in: Decreased time in filling job vacancies; Increased caliber of candidates; and Reduced cost per hire.
How does your corporate careers website stack up?
See how your corporate careers website stacks up to leading organizations by completing this 10 Point Assessment:
Does your corporate careers website:
Display current employment opportunities as well as future consideration areas to build a talent pool even when you are not recruiting for these jobs?
Consider this scenario . . . A high quality candidate visits your site and browses your available jobs. After a few minutes of browsing it becomes apparent that there is nothing suitable at this point in time. What happens next?. . . The candidate likely leaves your site (without registering any details) in search of positions on your competitors’ website. So what could you have done differently? TIP: Offer visitors information on potential career paths within your organization and a channel to submit a resume for future consideration. This lessens the potential for ‘losing’ candidates to the competition....