It's a familiar refrain: there's a lack of well qualified candidates to choose from and therefore, it's harder to fill classes. Many companies cite the low unemployment rate as the reason. But is perceived lack of qualified candidates directly attributable to the low unemployment rate, or is the screening process itself partly to blame?
But based on our own observations of HireIQ customer prescreening and virtual interviewing processes – and current industry trends – we have to ask: Could the companies’ problem actually come from bottlenecks in the hiring process, instead of shortages in the labor market? And could recruiters better fill their pipelines if they expanded their sources of candidates? A look at industry hiring... Read more »