If it wasn't for hiring managers, recruiting would be so easy. Getting hiring managers engaged in the recruiting process is one of the hardest jobs for a recruiter. Many hiring managers are dissatisfied with the pool of qualified candidates presented to them. However, they are not willing to participate in the recruiting process early enough to change the results.
This webinar provides participants with best practices for engaging with hiring managers and delivering the most qualified candidates.
Objectives of the Presentation
After completing this course, you will know how to:
Collaborate with managers up-front to determine initial screening question and criteria
Make it easy for managers to review candidates
Collect better feedback though forms and questionnaires
Support different levels of involvement from your managers
Why Should you Attend
With the fast One of the most common challenges the organizations face today is how to better engage their hiring managers in the recruiting process. In most hiring scenarios the HR department allows the hiring manager to have final say over who ultimately gets the job.
It really isn´t that surprising, since most hiring managers are primarily focused on the operations of their unit and often don´t have a great deal of time to devote to recruiting.
During the presentation you gain an insight and tips as how to better engage your hiring managers in the recruiting process.
Why hiring manager engagement is the secret sauce to recruiting success
Describe the best process to ensure a great candidate match to the job
Identify where your company may need to tweak its recruiting process
Identify new ways to verify information gathered from prospect
Describe the importance of hiring manager engagement early in the process
Describe how to engage with hiring managers
How to influence hiring managers by speaking their language and pressing their pain button
Common mistakes recruiters make when trying to influence hiring managers
The one key factor that drives the improvement of the candidate experience
Who will Benefit
Executive Directors, Managing Directors, Employment Managers, Supervisors, HR Coordinators/Supervisors, Recruiters, HR Administrators, Human Resource Professionals, Employment specialists, Business owners and Everyone who is Employed