Recruit, Source, and Select Employees: A Summary of Best Practices

 

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It pays to be a top performer of the recruit, source, and select employees process. Organizations that excel at this process spend (at the median) about four times less on the recruiting process per new hire. In addition to spending less, top performers also deliver recruiting work at a faster pace through shorter cycle times. This article will highlight best practices related to the recruit, source, and select employees process.

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While lots of companies stick

While lots of companies stick to the old way of hiring employees, a lot os businesses nowadays are using to technology to hire employees. I am referring to the latest program released by LinkedIn which is the “Apply with LinkedIn” option. The button will modify the playing field entirely, according to experts. Several job recruiting aggregators and business online websites like Netflix and Living Social are currently using the new LinkedIn feature, with many more to come, according to a LinkedIn press release. I found this here: Apply with LinkedIn aligns stars around job networking service.

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