LinkedIn has a very large professional network – one of the largest in the world. It’s now become the go-to recruiting source for large and small companies alike.
Its built-in job search tool and application tracking system make the recruitment process quick and effortless. No wonder 77% of recruiters use LinkedIn as their primary hiring channel, making it the most-used platform in recent times.
Hiring the right set of candidates is a real challenge for many organizations.
Organizations often blame the market conditions for shortcomings in their hiring process. For example, they might think their recruitment process has degraded due to market conditions.
Volume hiring is frequently required when a company hires a massive number of candidates in a defined time period. Hiring quality candidates at a large scale is not a cakewalk to the recruitment team. With a handful number of people and limited sources, dealing with such a number is really a challenging task. A Recruiting Daily research study shows high volume refers to filling 250 or more positions in a shorter time.
A study shows any job position receives an average of 250 applications. So, shortlisting the right candidate from is just like finding the needle in a haystack.
Every job position requires different evaluation process and the method of shortlisting. The selection method you choose will depend on skills, attributes and knowledge required for that particular position. And of course, it will also need to be aligned with the prerequisite for the said position.