Guide to Recruiting Top Talent 

Hiring and retaining the right people has always been a difficult, costly and risky process, and carrying this out in a world slowly recovering from the current crisis is even harder.  

Recruiting remotely and rapidly with confidence, onboarding and integrating new remote team members into established structures, whilst at the same time motivating and engaging existing staff as their roles evolve – these are a major challenges for businesses of all sizes around the globe. 

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What does this guide cover? 


Learn how to build a dedicated strategy to help you identify the talent that’s suited to your culture, right for the role and likely to stick around. Get this right and you can achieve anything. Get it wrong and you’ll face workforce disharmony and rising costs. 

Understand efficient and effective recruitment strategies and processes involved with hiring, and explore how to develop and measure your recruitment processes to increase positive outcomes.


Summary



Improving productivity 

Effectively hire new staff who have high potential, good team fit and are suitable candidates for the role. By recruiting high-performing candidates, you’ll create healthy competition within teams to stamp out complacency and improve productivity. 

Hiring faster 

Having a process in place can also make your search for viable candidates more efficient, which in turn can make your organisation more appealing to potential candidates in the future. This reduces the time spent internally and minimises costs associated with recruitment. 

Reducing unconscious bias 

With the right recruitment process, and the use of psychometric assessments, the risk of conscious or unconscious bias is vastly reduced, if not mitigated altogether. 

Saving costs 

Using internal recruitment can save on hefty recruitment costs and encourage staff engagement.