The right people with the right values are out there and waiting to work for you, BUT you need to sort your recruitment process out first before you attract them. Read my advice and be sure you are recruiting with retention in mind.
If there’s one thing we see time and time again at The Care Hub, it’s outstanding talent passing companies by. The reason? The companies are too slow to recruitment them.
Speed really is the essence of successful recruiting.
If you’re too slow or you have a multi-step recruitment process that involves long-winded application forms, travelling back and forth to complete DBS checks, shadow shifts etc., then you’re probably killing your chances of competing for talent.
If you’re an Owner, Director or Registered Manager, should you be responsible for the recruitment process?
Obviously, you may need to be involved in the interview or hiring decision but as for writing job adverts, managing all the troublesome and repetitive tasks, such as reading CV’s, calling candidates, conducting values-based recruitment interviews, and chasing no-show candidates – isn’t that a waste of your valuable time?
A broken or badly structured recruitment process is responsible for over 75% of the problems most of our clients have with securing the right staff. More often than not, Owners and Directors are not aware of this.
The demand for talent is very strong. You need to change your thinking and your approach towards recruiting if you are to remain competitive in today’s market.
So what should you do next? If your not getting the results then you need to look at delegating those duties. Maybe it’s time to leave it to the experts?
The Care Hub are masters at this, book a free consultation with the sector’s proven recruitment transformation experts, it’s guaranteed to save you time and money.