A key component of organizational growth is hiring—but, if you hire the wrong candidate you can do more harm than good. Although it’s a drain on resources to replace a bad hire, that’s the least of your worries. In fact, before you even realize you’ve made a bad hiring decision, the wrong person can wreak havoc on your department’s productivity, reputation, results, and even your revenue.
Although a bad hire is an obvious annoyance, it goes beyond that. A bad hire can do real damage. Today we use our most recent infographic to explain just how drastically the wrong person can impact your success as a company. Continue reading “The Cost of a Bad Hire [Infographic]”
Now boasting 530 million users, LinkedIn has become the go-to platform for recruiters. And this makes sense—after all, the modern workforce uses LinkedIn to publicly display every piece of information a recruiter would need to make an informed hiring decision. It should be every recruiter’s dream, right? However, new research shows this might not be the case.
52% of hiring managers claim that passive candidate recruitment has been less effective because recruiters on LinkedIn are all competing for the same candidates (source). Continue reading “Study Shows LinkedIn Is Oversaturated with Recruiters”
Candidate sourcing is difficult – and according to recruiters, it’s only become more of a challenge in recent years. In fact, 65% of recruiters claim talent shortage is the biggest difficulty they face in the hiring process (source).
With social media platforms and job boards taking over the recruitment industry, there are more ways than ever to reach job candidates. But there’s one valuable resource you may be ignoring: former employees. Continue reading “Can Former Employees Help You Find Job Candidates?”