The time savings you can achieve when using prescreening is extraordinary—with the right questions, the amount of staff time required to fill a position can be reduced by 30 to 50%. Prescreening also helps weed out unqualified candidates, which in turn reduces the number of applications you need to review. However, prescreening is not necessary for every position you’re looking to fill.
In “Using Prescreening to Refine Your Applicant Pool,” you’ll learn:
- How to determine whether or not you need prescreening for a particular position
- The eight steps to take for writing effective prescreening questions
- How much time is lost (on average) when prescreening isn’t employed in hiring