Many companies do not understand how to approach developing a recruitment strategy. The Human Resource Department is pulled in many directions and formal recruitment strategy development can be pushed back until it’s too late. Then the decision is made to ‘do the same thing we did last year.’ This is a very costly way of recruiting because recruitment is a very fluid dynamic.
In addition to cost, why is developing an effective recruiting strategy important?
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Bill Humbert is an expert Recruitment Consultant with 30 years’ experience in the field. In his consulting business www.RecruiterGuy.com he focuses on one company at a time and charges a flat monthly fee for recruitment process improvement, recruitment marketing improvement, interview training, and recruitment. RecruiterGuy’s Guide to Finding a Job is his book that helps job seekers learn how to better understand the sales process known as a job search – and to be more effective than their competition. To read Bill Humbert’s complete biography, click here.
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