Screening & Reviewing Candidates
Paving the Way for Better Hires
Get the eBook: Screening & Reviewing Candidates to Make Better Hires
Failing to properly review and assess job applicants can cost recruiters and hiring leaders in more ways than one. Bad hires can push great employees to leave, waste valuable onboarding and training time, and cost companies anywhere from $6,000 to $15,000. Annually in the U.S., the cost of replacing bad hires adds up to a staggering $20 trillion dollars.
Proper understanding of the processes and tactics available to select from and vet a pool of candidates is critical. Screening & Reviewing Candidates to Make Better Hires is the third installment in our three-part Business Leader’s Guide to Hiring series.
You’ll find the following in the eBook:
- 4 ways to evaluate resumes
- 4 review tips for cover letters
- 7 recommendations on using social media to vet candidates
- 5 ways to use prescreening questions to evaluate candidates
Learn how to assemble a candidate assessment plan that will help you hire the most qualified people, starting today.