Many of us have been a job seeker, an interviewee, and a new staff member. It is a painful process. However, on the other side of the coin, the recruiter has a hard time as well. Attracting and finding the best candidate is tough.
From the standpoint of a recruiter, you’re making a significant investment, not just financially. The recruiter has to consider whether their current staff can work with this person on a daily basis and whether they are worth a long-term investment. In other words, is the potential hire on track for leadership one day? Is this somebody who is going to make the organization more effective?
The wrong choice can severely affect team morale, cost money, and ultimately, damage the organization as a whole.
To attract the best talent, recruiters should place emphasis on...