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Eliminate Hiring Delays Forever: Why Faster Hiring Results in Higher Quality Hires

Summary: Hiring practices have become very slow and calculated over time, so as to avoid making a mistake and hiring the wrong person. Interviews have gone from one or two sessions to three or even five, and employers are often hesitant to make a decision. However, hiring in this manner can be straining to managers and to the company as a whole while trying to cover for a vacant position and make smart hiring choices. It's much more efficient to make good hiring choices before a position is even vacant. Keeping a line up of talented potential hires means that when a position opens up, you already have a network of qualified candidates and they have their own network of referrals.

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  • Topics: Human Resources
  • Keywords: Hiring practices, Value, Diversity, Employees, Interviews
  • Author: Wintrip, Scott
  • Journal: Journal for Quality and Participation