A Guide to the Hidden Costs of Interview Scheduling
Scheduling a single interview with a candidate can take up to 2 hours of a recruiter’s time, especially when multiple interviewers need seats at the table.
Automated interview scheduling cuts hours of back-end work into mere minutes, allowing recruiters to focus on what they’re best at — attracting talent and developing valuable relationships.
With this guide, you can…
- Review real data on the challenges (and costs) of manually scheduling interviews
- Understand how automating the process drives faster hiring
- Use our worksheet to calculate the costs of scheduling for your business
Gain all of the tools you need to mitigate time-consuming hiring tasks and cut unnecessary costs when you download your copy of A Guide to the Hidden Costs of Interview Scheduling!
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