How can we speed up our recruitment process?

August 2008
People Management;8/7/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 16, p42
The article presents the views of various human resources personnel on how companies can accelerate their recruitment process. Julie Lenihan of United House cites the three areas of concern in employee recruitment. Allison Gray of Badenoch & Clark asserts that organization often struggle to strike the balance in the recruitment process between efficiency and effectiveness. Angela Baron of CIPD believes that responding to applicants in a timely fashion speeds up the time to fill vacancies and promotes the image of the organisation as a good employer.


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