Gone are the days of writing a Job Description and expecting candidates to tick every box or no hire will be made.
In our growing economy recruitment is a candidate driven market and they certainly have plenty of choice.
We are advocats of recruiting against behaviours and potential rather than a tick box methodology. This article provides 4 good points you should follow to maximise the success from your recruitment campaigns.
When it comes to the talent search, hiring managers don’t have as much control as they used to. A November 2015 survey by MRINetwork surveying 600 worldwide workplaces found that the market, at the time of the survey, was 90 percent candidate-driven. That wasn't -- and isn't -- good, because the skills gap remains, and employers are rejecting candidates, in hopes that the perfect hire will walk through the door. But that kind of persistence for finding perfection is a negative factor in the talent search: A December 2015 study by Elsevier described the costs of persistence as including not just money, but time -- and potentially great hires.