Organizations across industries and around the world are facing unprecedented challenges as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While some organizations have had to temporarily halt business or lay off employees, others are looking to hire new employees as quickly as possible to meet increased demand for their goods or services.
A crisis such as the one happening now with COVID-19 leaves organizations, employees and job candidates with a lot of questions. While nobody can predict to what extent COVID-19 will impact any given business long-term, employers need to make employee and candidate communication a priority.
Employees are any organization’s top differentiator and the companies that prioritize the people side at all times are set up for success in the long haul. At the same time, a lot of other steps – outside the people side of the business – need to be taken to drive business success during these uncertain times.
We pulled together a new guide, outlining several tips for your team to stay connected with both candidates and employees and save time each step of the way, so your team can focus on challenges related to the crisis at hand.
By reading this guide, you’ll learn best practices to:
- Attract and engage candidates – whether you have an immediate hiring need or are putting hiring on hold for the time being
- Verify candidate qualifications in the absence of in-person interviews
- Manage the entire hiring and onboarding process virtually
- Effectively communicate with employees and set them up for success during these difficult times
Hireology is here to help you put your best team in place no matter the circumstances – if you need assistance, please get in touch by contacting your Hireology Customer Success Manager or email@example.com.