If you’re searching the landscape on how to recruit during the coronavirus, check out this great article that we sourced from the Society for Human Resource Management.
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The article, written by Lin Grensing-Pophal, offers great advice on how to recruit during the Coronavirus and shines a light on the difficulties many companies face. Lin spoke to industry leaders on the best practices to put into place during these uncertain times. These include making the effort to stay in touch with candidates through every stage of the hiring process.
Senior consultant at PSI Services, Jaclyn Menendez, said:
People want to feel connected and supported during uncertainty, and I think everyone is craving communication right now. The values and culture of an organization really shine through during a time of crisis.
Employers will regroup quickly and efficiently when hiring becomes a top business priority again. It’s imperative that recruiters are primed and ready for that change. What steps are you taking to avoid losing out on the top talent that’s available right now?
Click the link below to read the full article at SHRM and learn from industry leaders on how to recruit during the Coronavirus.