Friday, December 18, 2009
HR - Navy for Moms
Many times when you are recruiting for more "high risk" careers or positions, half the battle isn't recruiting your applicants, but also recruiting the support of their family and friends. By creating a forum of discussion and information, this can help tear down assumptions made about jobs and locations and help build a bond between your applicants, their families and your recruiters. The more people know and understand about positions, the better they are able to make an informed position and they might be more likely to make that decision if they have the active support of their social group.
Do you have particular positions that are hard to hire for that might fall into this kind of category? Have you found out what keeps people from applying?
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