How to Get Qualified Candidates
- Build company reputation
This is the very first step. To get great candidates, you also have to build your company's reputation as the best place to work.
- Give a skill test
Making a decision based solely on the piece of candidate's resume in your hands is quite risky. You should remain skeptical of the information provided in job application documents. Giving a skill or aptitude test related to the role you will be playing can help you really assess their quality. Screening candidates with a skill test is more reliable than you just believing the candidate's great stories on paper.
- Make an interesting job posting
Attractive job postings not only contain clear job descriptions and qualifications, but also attractive offers, ranging from compensation to benefits that job seekers need. Great candidates will definitely be very interested in the listed salary and attractive facilities. on our website you can open an account and post as many jobs as possible for free at no cost!
- Effective and bias-free interviews
The interview is the final assessment of the recruitment process before determining which candidates will be offered a job. To get quality candidates, you must conduct interviews that are structured, systematic and free of bias. Focus on the candidate's professional qualities objectively and ignore information that is not related to competencies, skills and work experience.
- Using headhunter recruitment services
The easiest, concise, and efficient way to get qualified candidates is to use the services of a headhunter. Recruiting yourself with months of time may not necessarily give optimal results, while headhunters only need a few weeks to bring in top talent candidates for you.
Reqruit Asia's headhunter recruitment service is worth a try. we have a database of more than 10,000 top talents that have been tightly curated and ready to be recruited. The professional team will screen the candidates who best meet your criteria, then recommend them to you in less than 3 weeks. So what are you waiting for?