If you want better recruiting results, you might be looking for solutions in all the wrong places. Your biggest improvements might not be found in replacing your staff or improving your HR technology, or developing a new social media strategy.
The shortest path to better recruiting results might be found in finding someone to ask more uncomfortable questions:
This list could go on, but the point is simple: working harder is often not the solution. And even though the biggest improvements in recruiting results come from asking uncomfortable questions, busy recruiters usually default to just working harder and complaining about the hiring managers. (It's no wonder burnout rates are epidemic).
In recruiting, far too many people work far too hard at impossible tasks. And far too few people stop to ask the uncomfortable questions that lead to better results. Three out of four "recruiting" problems aren't recruiting problems at all.
Topics: Recruiting Executives
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