Employers can no longer rely solely on resumes and candidate interviews to make a sound hiring decision. While both are an important part of the recruitment process, neither accurately report past performance, behavior, and other risk factors that could make a candidate a potential bad hire for a company. Having a pre-screening, or pre-employment screening process in place will help illuminate any risk factors that may be present before hiring an individual to your team.
With every new year comes new industry trends, and 2018 is no different. The recruitment process is an ever-changing landscape.
Having a competitive advantage in your industry can be difficult to accomplish without the right workforce in place.
Even in a time of technology and automation, people remain crucial to meeting any company's production objectives.
In the past, the recruiting standard was an engaging career web page or job board on the company website and an HR representative to answer the phone, but that's not enough to draw talent.