Recruiting managers face a lot of challenges.
From looking for the right talent, to ensuring that they stay put, it is a lot of planning and implementation. But what is most nerve-racking is planning a replacement strategy for talent loss.
Often, the immediate response to someone resigning is to frantically start looking for a replacement, all within the notice period. But it is difficult to find people who can match the skill sets of your best talent.
How can one easily find the same talent with the same set of experiences?
Attrition rates are only going up now that millennials are forming a major part of the workforce. Millennials are beginning to be known as the job-hopping generation.
One way to get out of such a situation is by devising an effective recruitment strategy, a strategy that helps hiring managers tackle high churn rate. But again, this is no piece of cake!
There is no rulebook to blindly follow here, as every organization is different and so are its needs for talent. Adding to this, the job market also keeps changing, and so do the preferences of candidates. The recruiting process depends on a variety of factors, each of which will affect your practices as a hiring manager.
To help you get started, here is a cheat sheet of the most effective and successful recruiting tactics: