7 Stages of an Optimized Hiring Process

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The Exact Hiring Process We Use and Recommend to our Clients.

Optimized over 30+ years, Hundreds of Businesses, and Countless Verticals.

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Dependably Hire Top Perfomers with This Hiring Process:

  • 1)

    Setting Expectations

    The first step to successful hiring is identifying exactly what drives success for the role, what responsibilities will be given, salary, writing out job descriptions, job ads, and all the other nitty-gritty details.

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  • 2)

    Recruitment

    Now that you know exactly what you’re looking for in a candidate, it's time to start posting on job boards, collecting referrals, and using any other methods to get the largest amount of applicants.

    Collect applicants and organize your entire hiring process in our Applicant Tracking System, Rapid Recruit.

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  • 3)

    Assessment

    This step is one of the most important in the hiring process. This is where you will assess which candidates have the personality, aptitude, and skills for the role. Your company deserves the best talent on the market, and that's found through candidate assessment.

    Our Pre Employment Testing will provide you with accurate Data driven insights to assess candidates.

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  • 4)

    Interviewing

    Interviews are a great tool to collect crucial information about a new potential hire, if done right. This step is where you will gauge a candidate's interest level, analyze their performance at past jobs, gather references, and determine their desired salary.

    Our Candidate Scorecard allows any hiring manager to interview like they’ve been doing it for 20+ years.

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  • 5)

    Reference Checking

    The first step to successful hiring is identifying exactly what drives success for the role, what responsibilities will be given, salary, writing out job descriptions, job ads, and all the other nitty-gritty details.

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  • 6)

    On Boarding

    Now that you’ve made a new hire you have to onboard them. This means having all the proper administrative steps sorted out, knowing exactly what they will do on their first day, and having goals for them to hit by certain dates. Poor on-boarding can leave a new hire feeling lost and result in them leaving after just a few months on the job.

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  • 7)

    Perfomance Management

    Once a new hire is integrated into your business, it's time to showcase your next level management skills. This means doing performance evaluations yearly, making sure employees do meaningful work, and ensuring they genuinely like their workplace.

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