There is no doubt that COVID-19 has disrupted the economy and how businesses around the world operate. Remote work, virtual interviews and online meetings have become the norm, even in industries that never embraced this technology before. Not only are there obvious challenges during this global downturn, the new economic realities call for businesses to be strategic with their human capital retention and investment.
Employers are implementing remote work policies and asking employees to work from home with the ongoing COVID-19 cases increasing daily. Hiring managers and recruitment professionals need to be able to adapt and move towards a digital hiring process and experience. Video interviews are being adapted by a number of organizations already and we will likely continue to see a rise in the use of video interviews as opposed to in-person interviews, especially during the screening phases of the hiring process.
Are you part of a non-profit association board or executive team looking to make your next executive hire? Below Christine Colverson, Talent Associate at Keynote Search has set out a number of key considerations and suggestions that will guide you through this important executive hiring process.
Selecting a new employee is a critical decision that requires a comprehensive approach to maximize success and minimize the risk of the hire. When it comes to executive level searches there is certainly a need for additional, detailed attention to be paid during the hiring process. Here are 5 considerations before you begin your next executive search.
There is no denying that LinkedIn is a powerful tool for executive recruiters, headhunters and hiring managers. With over 600 million professionals on the platform and 260 million logging in monthly - it makes LinkedIn an ideal platform for recruiters to source and reach out to potential high value candidates. For executive search specifically, there are 61 million users that are senior level influencers with 40 million of them in decision-making positions.
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The objective of diversity hiring is to ensure that your business can identify and remove any potential biases during the executive search process.