Have you ever wondered why the hiring process is so freakishly slow? It should be easy—at the moment a manager has a vacancy (or knows there will be one), a recruiter should jump in and screen candidates, the manager should schedule interviews with a few promising applicants and, collectively, they should make a final offer to the best one.
That’s how it should go. From the outside, it may look like this process is happening in your organization. But here’s the catch: even if you’re following these steps, you’re likely following them at a glacial pace, and running into obstacles at every turn.
Why is hiring so much harder than it seems? Let’s take a look behind the scenes of the hiring process to understand the common hold-ups, and how to address them.
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