by Lindsey Haines
20 Sep 2019
Top 10 Recruiting Tips
Key learnings from Cornerstone Recruiting client Assistance Services Group, a SYKES company
Let Cornerstone do the heavy administrative lifting, so you can have more time to get to know your applicants.
2. People Time
You are planning to hire these people; might as well get to know them. Let your HR people out of the cubicle to answer questions and make good first impressions for your company.
3. Communicate it All
The good, the bad, the ugly. An informed and quality candidate wants this information and they’d rather hear it from you. Good companies keep their people in the know; this is your chance to prove it. Plus, it decreases 3-month turnover.
4. Link Up
That’s a lot of information, and to disperse it you need a distinguished online presence. Good thing Cornerstone can get everything needed for your career site online, quickly. From videos to vacancies to navigation, Cornerstone’s got you covered.
5. Portal Time
Target and track unique populations of candidates, with branded portals to make sure the right people get the right info.
6. Good Information Hygiene
Keep your applicants up to date with reminders, thank you notes, acceptance, and regrets.
7. Simplify, Then Integrate
Make the application process easy with integrated background and employment verification, even as you bring your favorite skills assessment tool into Recruiting Suite.
8. Get Serious
Use Cornerstone’s skill assessment integrations to challenge and evaluate candidates without opening worrying about bias interfering.
9. Remember, It’s Worth It
Change isn’t easy to adjust to, but it is so worth it. Periodically take a moment to stop, breathe, and refocus your eye on the prize.
10. Report the Difference
Your CFO will want to see the ROI on your investment. Make sure to capitalize on Cornerstone’s native reporting platform to calculate and present cost savings, ROI, retention, and qualitative data.