Free Download: The Ultimate Online Recruitment Kit
Online recruitment offers today’s hiring managers one of the most powerful and cost-effective methods for sourcing high quality talent. By knowing what to use and how to use it, you can design a recruitment strategy that will boost your brand, increase your reach and tap into new talent pools.
To help you hire the best this year, webrecruit has put together this year’s must-read article for hiring managers: The Ultimate Online Recruitment Kit.
It covers everything from how to create the perfect job advert, writing social media guidelines and improving your candidate experience to understanding which resources are best for what and how to reduce your time-to-hire.
This must-read kit provides hiring managers with the tools to get their recruitment strategy off to a strong start this year.
Packed in 5 free guides, the kit offers employers the following:
Writing the perfect job advert
It’s worth investing the time in creating a good job advert. When done correctly, it can effectively communicate your recruitment opportunity, promote your employer brand as well as be found by your relevant target audience.
Understanding which resources to use
There is an overabundance of online recruitment tools available to today’s hiring manager. Take the time to research difference resources, such as social media, job boards and careers sites, to understand which best suits your organisation’s needs.
Improving the candidate experience
Every successful business knows it can take years to build a strong brand, yet seconds to destroy it. Invest in your employer brand and employee value proposition (EVP) to help enhance your reputation and build online talent pools.
Reducing your time-to-hire
Shortening your recruitment process makes good business sense. After all, the sooner you have someone up and running in the role, the sooner they can start adding value to your business. Consider using additional selection tools, such as skills tests or automated online video interviews to help reduce your time-to-hire.
Creating social media guidelines
The emergence of social media has left many businesses questioning how their staff should act on these platforms. As such, you might want to compile a set of guidelines or a policy on its usage in the workplace.
If you’re looking to learn more about how to boost your online recruitment campaigns, you will find webrecruit’s FREE online recruitment kit of use.