You have used a funnel to pour gasoline into your lawnmower or salad dressing into a narrow-necked bottle, but have you thought about using a funnel to recruit and hire?
All funnels start broad and narrow, resulting in a small amount going into the container. A hiring and recruitment funnel does that with one big difference from how you fill your lawnmower – a recruitment funnel gets narrower because candidates fall to the wayside. Not everyone within your funnel will land the job.
Here’s how it works and how you can use this tool to get a great candidate pool and, ultimately, the right people in the right positions.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
- What is a recruitment funnel?
- Why is a hiring funnel important?
- How to create and optimize a hiring funnel
- Metrics to monitor at each stage of a recruitment funnel
To keep reading, click here (or follow one of the above links!): How to optimize your hiring & recruitment funnel with metrics