“Employees build organization. Hiring talented candidates is critical to an organization’s success and it is most important factor in organization growth. But in
order to hire the most talented, you must first recruit them. Recruiting employees can be a challenging task.
Even in a recession, it can be difficult to fill certain types of jobs,1 so recruiters have to make important decisions, including whom to target, what message to convey and how to staff recruitment efforts. If not done correctly, an organization’s recruitment efforts can produce job applicants who are unqualified, who lack diversity or who may decline job offers. These same applicants may be prone to turnover if hired. A poorly designed recruitment process can miss attractive job
candidates—including those who work for competitors—because they never find out that a position is open.