9 Elements of a Well-Oiled Hiring Process
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Why is a Hiring Process Important?
Whether you’re managing a single-location, or a large decentralized organization, you likely know how important a great team is to driving your business results. At Hireology, this is the foundation of our business model: giving businesses everything they need to make and retain great hires. We believe in creating a seamless, intuitive HR platform for business owners and HR managers while also getting applicants interested for opportunities to join your team.
1. A Career Site to Attract the Best Candidates
1. An overview of your company culture
2. A clear career path
3. The benefits of working with you
It’s time to think of your career site well beyond a simple list of open positions. If you don’t have the means to develop this yourself, get more details on our career site products to help your organization.
2. Clear Job Descriptions
1. Make it easy to read
2. Make it easy to find
3. Make it easy to apply
3. SmartRank Applicant Surveys
SmartRank technology lets you instantly remove 90% of applicants who would be a poor fit for the job, saving you hours on reviewing resumes for people you’d never want to hire. Learn more about Hireology’s SmartRank survey.
4. Objective and Valuable Interviews
1. Keep it objective
2. Use different interview formats
5. Candidate Skills Tests
You shouldn’t have to wait for a new hire to join the team before you realize they cannot do a critical component of their job. Skills tests are a great, fast way to see who measures up to your open roles. Learn more about eliminating any chances from your hires with our recent eBook: 10 Reasons to Use Candidate Assessment Test
6. Reference Checks
Reference checks give you a preview of the candidate’s potential on-the-job performance from some of their closest peers. Thanks to technology, this process has never been easier. Learn more about references in our recent eBook: How to run the perfect reference check
7. Background Checks
8. Onboarding Before Day One
No two onboarding processes are the same. Different companies – and different roles – all need their own path to get setup for success. But all onboarding share 5 things to prepare the new hire. Learn about them in our onboarding best practices playbook.
9. Integrated Payroll
We’ve recently launched a partnership with Netchex to pass along new hire data to payroll for a seamless integration between our two systems. The result is a platform that blends applicant sourcing, tracking, interviews, verifications, onboarding and payroll in a single unified experience. By integrating all aspects of human capital, you’ll use powerful automation tools to save time and allow you to concentrate on running your business.