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Checklist

Everybody knows recruiting can be difficult, time consuming and very expensive if you get it wrong. But, as with most things, doing a good pre-work can solve many of those problems. Here are your to do list on what to do before you start looking for new co-worker.
  1. Look for internal talents

    Is anybody already in the company who wants to evolve or learn something new? This will not only make sure your personnel feel that you invest in them, the time from starting to producing in generally shorter for a person who knows the business and the employees then for a completely new person.
  2. Make a very throughout and precise Requirement profile

    This is the most important part of the recruitment profile. If you get this wrong, or just sloppy, the result will be thereafter. Here is some data on how successful (or unsuccessful) companies become do to how well they make their requirement profile.

    👉 iStone Requirement Profile examples

  3. Get everybody on board and make a strategic plan

    Who is doing what part of the process? Do you need recruitment or HR’s help? The time from the candidate applying to us going thru all stages of the process and making an offer should be no more than 5 weeks. This mindset and how you prepare your recruitment team will have a great impact on whether you, or another company, will be first with an offer and by that secure the best person.
  4. Put your best-looking honest face forward

    Time to create the ad! This might be the first contact somebody have with us as a company. View the ad for what it is, an ad and use every marketing skill you have to sell this very special product – yourself and our company. As with all marketing this should be informative, honest to set the right expectation and directed towards the right customers – the group of people you like to hire. Make a marketing plan for where the ad should be marketed and if we need to contact any (and in that case who) persons directly.
  5. Business case

  6. CCF framework

  7. How to evaluate (choose your tools)

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