4 Reasons Why You Should Always Be Hiring

By Natalie Pike,
December 10, 2014

A company can’t be successful without talented people. They are the building blocks of the majority of businesses around the word. Hiring managers should be prepared to bring in motivated new hires as often as possible. In nearly every non-seasonal work atmosphere, there is no such thing as a down time when it comes to recruiting. A manager who dismisses this kind of talent regularly, is doing a disservice to his or her company.

A one-of-a-kind applicant can walk in the door at any time. Don’t make the mistake and pass them up. 

Here are four reasons why you should always be hiring. 

1. Increase your talent pool

Unfortunately, very few HR specialists can say that their staff couldn’t be better. If you’re one of them, it probably took you a significant amount of time and hard work to get there. Bringing in new hires frequently boosts employee motivation and creates a sense of competition around the office. The more this happens, the more your company will grow and the more successful it will be. 

2. Expect the unexpected

Don’t sit back and relax. Before you know it, you’ll look around and realize you’re extremely understaffed. Say you have more than enough employees one month. That can all change in the blink of an eye. Things happen and people quit. Or get fired. By keeping your options open and having a ton of applicants to chose from, you’re immediately prepared to hire someone the second that issue arises. 

3. Shorten your entire process

Keeping an endless supply of applicants at your fingertips will shorten your entire process. You won’t have to go through the hassle of re-building your job profile, customizing your interview questions, sourcing candidates, and pre-screening  your applicants.

4. Take some work off your shoulders

One of the biggest struggles among managers is handing their work off to others. They may feel like they could do a better job if they just did the work themselves or perhaps it’d get done in half the time. Most likely, the work isn’t going to slow down and you’ll eventually get overwhelmed. By constantly hiring, you’ll increase the size of your staff and have more people there to help you when you need it most. 

There’s really no reason why you shouldn’t be recruiting all the time. Increase your talent, have backups ready for when you need them, shorten your whole method and spread extra work among your team members. These actions will only benefit your company as a whole. Don’t miss out on your next superstar employee!

We haven’t even scratched the surface. Read six more reasons to keep hiring here!

About the Author

Natalie is the Marketing Strategist, responsible for knowing the ins and outs of the SMB Industry, educating prospects on hiring best practices and positioning Hireology as a thought leader in the SMB space. She started at Hireology in 2014, writing blogs, planning events and managing the various social media platforms. Prior to working in the “real world,” she attended Purdue University (Boiler Up!) majoring in Broadcast Communications and competing on the Women’s Water Polo Team.

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