Hiring is a multi-layered process. It’s easy for the notion of hiring to get lost in the shuffle of getting a candidate through the door to fill a position, particularly with the hourly workforce. However, it’s important to note that hiring doesn’t stop when the candidate accepts the position. That’s where it starts. It is ultimately an exchange between an employer and an employee that occurs before, during, and after employment. Over the years, progress has been made to ensure benefit packages, work environments, labor laws, and more are in the best interest for employers and employees alike. While this has made the hiring pool wider and employees happier, several key challenges have always remained. In addition to these challenges, a bevy of new ones have cropped up during the Covid-19 pandemic.
To stay competitive, hiring managers will need to actively identify key challenges and work towards making their company the best place to work. Below, we’ll look at solutions for hiring managers looking to attract more candidates in the wake of a developing digital age and unprecedented global pandemic.
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