NOW NEW NEXT Report: Diversifying recruitment during the great resignation

Describes the core challenges of optimising and refining recruiting processes to find and retain diverse talent.
  • Refreshing job descriptions should go beyond regurgitating existing descriptions with new skills and experience preferences; instead start from scratch with a limited list of “must-have” skills and experiences relevant to performance in the role.
  • As with any objective, metrics are a must-have, and all recruiting and talent acquisition processes should be evaluated by metrics such as the time it takes for new candidates to reach expected levels of productivity and rates of advancement.
  • Apply a user experience lens to the application process to ensure candidates have all the information they need on the role from the beginning of the process...

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