COMPLEX HIRING METHODS
Excerpts from article in the Birmingham Newspaper
economic data suggests that U.S. companies may soon be looking for
workers, a recruiting firm points to a potential problem: complex-hiring
new employee can become a daunting task for larger, global companies. The
number of managers involved in hiring can grow to a burdensome number, job
interviews may be rescheduled numerous times and it can take months for a
candidate to meet all the people who must approve a new hire.
time the interviewing has been finished, the company has spent major
amounts of time and cash and the position is still not filled. The net
result can be a stellar applicant who goes elsewhere, frustrated by the
bureaucracy and pace of the process.
candidates are saying, “If it takes this long just to hire someone, I
don’t want to work for that kind of bureaucracy.”