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Tools To Hire The Best Employees During The Economic Recovery

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With millions of people going back to work after receiving unemployment benefits, many businesses are looking for employees. About two-thirds of the people who were unemployed made more money on benefits than they did at their jobs. This has made the transition take a little longer than it would have because some workers are waiting to get a job until their benefits run out. When you need to hire the best employees and are looking for the right person for the job, there are a variety of tactics that companies can use to find the right match. Below are some tools that will facilitate the process.

Career Sites

Platforms that connect people looking for a job with hiring companies are the most popular way to find new employees. Career sites use algorithms to match the businesses with candidates searching for the right job. If you’re looking for a job or the perfect employee, using these sites is absolutely imperative. It is a modern tool that everyone should use whether you’re looking for a new role or need to fill one. Career sites are the platforms that most businesses use to find their employees.

Background Checks

One of the most valuable tools to use when you’re hiring are background checks. A quick background check will provide all kinds of information including the person’s criminal record, their past names and address, and verification of education and employment. These background checks will even offer information on the driving record and more. The best part of running background checks on your candidates for employment is that you can tell whether or not the person is being honest and trustworthy. It’s an easy way to see if there are any red flags or if the person has embellished their resume.

Attend College Career Events

You might not want to hire someone with little or no experience, but there are plenty of benefits to hiring new employees with less experience. Not only can you find hard-working people who are willing to work for less, they will be motivated to get experience. You will be able to train newly graduated students in the way you want. They won’t come with bad habits created by bad training. Since almost half of the people who graduated in 2020 were still looking for jobs in May 2021 and now this year’s graduates are joining them, these eager students are trying to start their professional lives.

Use Social Media

Social media is another tool that you should use when you’re looking for job candidates. First, you can announce that your company is hiring for specific positions. You can be clear about what you expect from applicants and look at the profiles of the people who apply. Whether you’re using LinkedIn to find the perfect employee or are checking the profiles of someone you are hiring to see if they have character, social media is a tool that shouldn’t be overlooked in the hiring process.

Virtual Hiring

If there is one thing that’s for sure about the pandemic, it has changed virtual hiring and remote work forever. Quickly companies realized that their employees are as productive at home as they are in the office. Sometimes they are even more productive. As far as the hiring process goes, businesses have realized they can hire people virtually. This means that they don’t need to be in your area, creating a lot more options for candidates. You will be able to find better employees because there will be more hard-working, trustworthy, and earnest people to choose from.

The economy is coming back and recovering faster than a lot of people thought. Still the rest of the people who are unemployed need to go back to work. Companies need to begin expanding again and working towards growth. With so many businesses looking for new workers and millions of people searching for jobs, it is a unique time in the American economy. Not only is it time to shift your priorities, businesses of all kinds should use these tools to hire the best workers during the shifting economy. If you don’t use all the tools at your disposal, you might miss out on the best workers.

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Written by Taryn Barnes

Taryn Barnes is a freelance writer and blogger obsessed with HR, Millennial culture, work life balance, and all things tech.

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