Talent Communities are a great way to decrease your time to fill open positions. But, how do you get started?
There are three main ways to get people into these pipelines and make sure you have a large group of people to engage with.
- First off, your career site gets lots of visitors that don’t end up applying, usually because they don’t have a resume. Offer these people the ability to stay in touch via a simple form on your site that captures their name, email, and the job they are interested in.
- Secondly, you are collecting information from candidates at job fairs, events at your office, etc. Make sure these people end up in your Talent Community.
- Lastly, you already have a massive database from your ATS. A Talent Community is a great way to re-engage past candidates. Just make sure to double check with legal before opting these people in, especially California or European based applicants.
If you’re looking to get started with Talent Communities, sign up for a demo of NextWave Hire and see how easy it is to get started.
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