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Excerpts from article in the Birmingham Newspaper

As economic data suggests that U.S. companies may soon be looking for workers, a recruiting firm points to a potential problem: complex-hiring processes.

Adding a 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.

By the 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.

Cream-of-the0crop candidates are saying, “If it takes this long just to hire someone, I don’t want to work for that kind of bureaucracy.”