1. Writing the job description
2. Posting the job description
3. Reviewing all the resumes
4. Interviewing candidates
Whether it's a phone interview with the hiring manager or an onsite interview with the entire executive team, chances are, you'll be coordinating it. At this phase of the hiring process, you should start focusing on impressing the candidate with your company's "qualifications", instead of the other way around. Culture and team fit are key indicators of future job satisfaction and therefore retention so this is an important stage in the hiring process for more than just testing skillset. These interviews should have a human touch, and give the candidate an honest peek of what life in at your company would really look like. No pressure!
Feeling overwhelmed with the communicating back and forth? Consider reaching your candidates in a way that's convenient for them with texting.
5. Verifying qualifications and conducting background checks
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6. Making the offer
7. Reducing your time to hire
8. On to the next one!
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