Traditional, manual hiring approaches – the status quo – are causing delays and pitfalls that add risk and inefficiency to the recruiting process. For an industry reliant on the integrity of its people and bound by the restrictions of a limited budget, risk and inefficiency are two things NFP HR professionals cannot afford to ignore.
There are a number of ways recruitment can be improved in order to deliver greater value to both the recruiting team and your overall organisation. Here are three key steps.
Happy New Year! As we’ve ticked over into 2018, your organisation has likely done some strategic planning around your people and culture goals for the year ahead – and how you plan to achieve them.
But have you considered how the changing external world will impact on these goals, and the future of people in your organisation?
You’re undoubtably making good use of interviews in your organisation. But how about pre-employment tests?
In the age of “Big Data”, there are new tools emerging every day that use data collected from thousands – or millions – of people to show you how your potential hire compares across a variety of evaluation areas and metrics.
Given that different tools provide immense value in different areas and for different organisations, how do you choose between them?
Every new recruit needs at least a couple of reference checks. But no matter how excited you are about your new colleague, after leaving voicemails, sending emails and playing phone tag, it’s easy to get a little frustrated.
Surely there’s a better way to do your reference checks?
– Sponsored Content – This is a guest post by Michael Lloyd of SilkRoad. Since its foundation almost 100 years ago, Save the Children Australia has raised millions of dollars through its network of offices in Asia Pacific. The organisation employs more than 800 staff, including a handful of representatives globally and throughout the region. […]