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Running your recruitment processes remotely: A complete guide
There is little doubt that we are living in unprecedented times, as the world adapts to the complex realities of the coronavirus outbreak. First and foremost, it is important to underline that as a business, Michael Page is following all Government advice and taking every precaution to protect the health and safety of our clients, candidates, and our own people.
While it is natural that there may be some level of uncertainty over your plans for hiring at the moment, it is our firm belief that recruiting top talent is still the best way to future-proof and grow your business. We also recognize that the established process for recruiting new members of staff, particularly face-to-face interviewing, needs to adapt quickly with the times - even if only on a temporary basis, while sensible Government restrictions are in place around social distancing.
To help navigate your business through these uncertain times, we have put together this free eBook to explain how you can run an effective recruitment process remotely. It covers:
Attracting the right talent
Assessing CVs and covering letters
Utilising video technology for interviewing
Making a strong offer to secure top talent
- Adapting your onboarding to a remote process
“At Michael Page, we are facing the challenges of the global pandemic head on – and are committed to helping you to do the same with your business. Across multiple sectors right now there are urgent talent gaps that need to be filled and we are adapting our operations to be able to support our clients with whatever types of roles they need our help with, however unusual they may be. Our consultants are available through email, landline, mobile, and video to assist you in all of your recruitment needs.
“Above all else, we wish you and those close to you good health at this challenging time.”
Julien Gibert, Senior Executive Director, Michael Page
Nicolai Mikkelsen, Executive Director, Michael Page
Download free eBook here