New eBook: Why You Should Always Be Hiring

By Beth Kempton,
June 16, 2017

This post includes an excerpt from our eBook on why you should always be hiring. Download the full eBook using the link at the bottom of this preview.

If you’re a business owner or a hiring manager and you only hire when your company has an immediate opening, you’re probably missing out on star candidates.

This is because most job candidates on the market today are constantly looking at new job opportunities – even if they’re happy in their current roles. In fact, 72% of adults keep track of other open jobs in the market, regardless of their current status, and 58% of adults research jobs at least monthly.

Given the high percentage of potential employees looking constantly keeping an eye on jobs, your company should never stop hiring, even if this means simply keeping a handful of jobs open on your career site to build a pipeline of candidates for down the road. And if the right candidate comes along, you might even want to jump at the opportunity to hire them earlier than anticipated, as the best candidates are off the market in 10 days – and could potentially end up working for your competition.

In this eBook, we’ve outlined several reasons you should always be hiring including: avoiding reactive hiring, showcasing your employment brand, capturing passive candidates, building your network, and making your overall hiring process more efficient.

Get the eBook: Why You Should Always Be Hiring

About the Author

Beth is the content strategist on Hireology’s marketing team, responsible for creating compelling blog posts, eBooks, marketing materials and other content. Her background includes five years of experience at a B2B digital marketing agency, where she crafted content for a variety of clients, including several in the HR technology space. Before beginning her career, Beth attended Loyola University Chicago, where she studied advertising and public relations.

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