Hiring is a two-way interaction.
Today, candidates are more selective than ever when it comes to work.
If you don’t believe this, consider the 14th ManpowerGroup Talent Shortage survey findings: 32% of U.S. employers are having difficulty filling jobs.
Companies with workplace-based positions, those that can’t offer flexibility, and large enterprise organizations are struggling the most.
With this “new normal” in hiring, it’s critical to recognize that candidates are in control. They have options, and they’re not shy about seeking and weighing multiple job offers. After all, your organization isn’t the only one pursuing them. To have the best chance of making great hires, you need to put yourself in the candidate’s shoes.
Download the Modern Hire guide “5 Things Your Candidates are Thinking but Not Saying: Keys to a great Candidate Experience,” and learn the steps you can take to ensure a great candidate experience and win top talent.