Recruiting can feel a lot like dating: Two parties looking for people they want to spend their days with, both excited for the opportunity to find the right fit but nervous about the risks involved.
And everything is magnified after the first time somebody you thought you had a connection with spurns you. After all, broken hearts can be hard to mend. Just as in love, so it is with company turnover. And nobody likes turnover. For starters, it’s extremely expensive.1 And for recruiters and hiring managers, it’s a huge time consumer.
And quite frequently, turnover can be prevented through better hiring processes. The hard truth is that failed hiring processes can be detrimental to an organization, but the liberating reality is that recruiters can fix so many of these problems just by fixing hiring processes.
So, download this free eBook to see the nine things recruiters do that they shouldn’t if they want to hire and retain the right people.
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