Talent Communities: A Roadmap to Success
An engaged talent community is key to nurturing passive candidates and enhancing your organization’s long-term recruitment strategy. However, many organizations encounter problems when trying to launch, run and improve this important resource.
With an average cost-per-hire of $4,285, missing out on opportunities to optimize your talent community will affect your company’s bottom line.1
Download this guide to find out how an effective talent community, properly managed, can be the key to a robust talent pipeline.
Learn how to avoid common candidate pipeline pitfalls by overcoming challenges such as:
- Candidate communication problems
- Internal process challenges
- Candidate engagement obstacles
- Technology headaches
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