A Simple Way to Identify Quality Hires and Avoid the Bad Hire
In the quest to relieve the talent squeeze, it can be difficult to quickly identify quality hires. While time spent completing candidate screening– is necessary, especially when it comes to finding the right person for the job, talent acquisition professionals are also feeling the pressure to accelerate their hiring decisions. There may be a temptation to move candidates through faster and push harder using the self-reported information from applications, but this approach could cost you in the long run. If relying only on unverified job history information, you could easily be wasting time on candidates whose experience doesn’t actually match what they convey on an application. Meanwhile, you could be losing out on the best person for the job.
Learn how you can stop wasting time on the wrong candidates and easily identify quality candidates. During this on-demand webinar, Madeline Laurano of Aptitude Research Partners shares her expertise to help attendees learn:
- How the recruiting landscape has evolved;
- The challenges that HR and talent acquisition professionals face;
- Best practices to help identify quality candidates;
- How using pre-employment verifications can help simplify the search for quality hires.
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