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Any company – be it large companies or even smaller firms – that are looking to expand or to fill in some key vacant positions are facing a rather pressing issue: the difficulty that arises with needing to find the right jobseekers who can meet the requirements for their vacancies. And although technological advancements have made it possible for recruiters to find and connect with jobseekers more easily – such as jobseeking websites, Facebook’s new updates that now allow for job recruitment posts that employers and employees can search for, etc. – it still remains that the goals of the businesses are prone to not being addressed adequately in most cases.
There are two hiring concepts that many business owners use: recruitment and strategic talent acquisition. However, these are both often mixed-up with each other both by applicants and business owners themselves.
While they may be the same in terms of first impressions, there are key differences that lie in between them that should be leaned and kept in mind by applicants and business owners in order to find the method that they should be exploring, studying, or looking out for. This way, goals are appropriately met between both parties and the whole hiring process becomes much smoother and is resolved quicker. Learn more about these concepts with this infographic:
While recruiters are increasingly struggling with the cost or hiring and retaining right kind of talent, the business world is looking for other options in strategic acquisition. We would love to hear your thoughts on your company’s hiring process. Write to us or simply leave your comments below. Don’t forget to rate and share.
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