Passive candidates, unlike active candidates, are typically less responsive because they are not actively looking for a job or career change.
For recruiters, this means that top ‘passive’ talent is even harder to reach, which is especially challenging with unemployment at its lowest rate in years. Passive candidates are not always looking to make a change. But sometimes they are open to new (and better) opportunities that align with their skills and offer greater compensation or attractive benefits.
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It’s 2018 and top talent is scarce. With the job marketing tightening, candidates hold most of the power. Top talent does not stay on the market for very long, sometimes only for a matter of days.
So, how can your recruiters beat the competition to the winning candidate?
The office desk has a lot going for it. Your PC’s desktop is crammed with every file you’ve ever needed from the past five years. That teddy bear you picked up from a recruiting fair the week before you achieved top biller is keeping a watchful eye on proceedings. Your drawers are full of an array of biscuits, sweets and crisps that would bring an Instagram ‘influencer’ out in cold sweats.
But let’s be honest. Sometimes, the experience isn’t going to be great.
As you all know, the recruitment process can be fraught with calamities, pitfalls and disaster. Everything that could go wrong probably has gone wrong at some point in your careers.
Here at CloudCall, we’ve all been through the process in one way or another. While we’ve helped countless recruiters provide a better candidate experience, there are some situations that we just can’t help you with. So, we thought we’d go around the office and give you some of our worst recruitment nightmares.
Efficiency is key when recruiting new candidates, and computer telephony integration (CTI) systems are allowing users to manage their calls in a variety of new ways. With a plethora of features designed around productivity, recruiters can now seamlessly phone potential candidates, record their conversations and collate notes within a few minutes, all from their chosen CRM system.