When you plan to recruit people for your business you generally expect it to be a hassle. There will be a lot of people who will apply and who won't be qualified, and there will be a lot of people who will be qualified but for one reason or the other you just won't want to hire them because you won't feel comfortable with them - they just don't 'fit' with what you're looking for in regard to the company. Sometimes, your ad won't target the right people or the right people won't see it, and you won't get enough response, despite the cost.
So, what do you do? One of the best things to do is to recruit online. It helps stop people from flooding to your place of business, resumes in hand, disrupting what you're trying to do. It also reaches a lot more people, so you have a better chance of finding the person that you want. Advertising in newspapers and trade publications is still done, but it's slowly giving way to online recruitment because of these reasons, and also because of the lower cost and the ease with which a person can generally be found and hired. Posting the ad is usually free or very cheap, too, so that helps to drastically cut down on costs.
Online recruitment isn't suitable for every job, though, and sometimes the ads just don't work. If they aren't worded well or don't reach your target audience they can be a disappointment. Still, however, most companies can use them for most job openings with a very high degree of success, and that's something that's hard to beat. Traditional ways of finding job applicants often don't work that well, so the online recruitment option is really the way to go for most people. Jobs can be posted in the morning, a few resumes will come in by noon, and it might even be possible to talk with a candidate that afternoon - and possibly even hire that person that day. It isn't always that quick or simple but it has the potential to be, and that's something that traditional ways of recruiting people just don't offer.
This article was written by Tom Sangers on behalf of MKH London Recruitment advertising specialist and London Advertising agency.
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