How to secure the best people for peak period, at short notice.
The ongoing economic trends point towards a likely upsurge in business activity during the second half of 2024.
This spike may catch many employers off guard, leading to a pressing need for staffing up at speed.
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Clearly define and agree on pre-screening criteria for candidates
Regularly review and update compliance-related training materials
Regularly revisit recruitment strategies to accommodate changing business landscapes
Update and streamline induction documentation and processes
Collaborate closely with recruitment agencies to align expectations and processes
Get ready and act now!
The future belongs to teams that adapt accordingly
How to get ahead
Post-summer
Surge
The economic landscape is fluctuating, with businesses grappling with delayed orders and supply issues.
However, as these challenges subside, an inevitable surge in work is expected, resulting in an urgent demand for mass recruitment.
Acting now to solidify recruitment processes will not only accelerate hiring speed but also preserve the quality of talent acquired.
Prepare to
Succeed
Defining and agreeing upon the pre-screening criteria in advance is a vital first step.
Standardised pre-screening criteria will ensure a consistent benchmark for potential recruits, leading to a more efficient sorting process.
The economic landscape is fluctuating, with businesses grappling with delayed orders and supply issues.
Hit the ground
running
A well-structured and pre-defined induction process is crucial for seamless integration of new recruits into the organisation.
This should include clearly documented induction procedures, roles, expectations, and policies.
With these in place, companies can expedite the onboarding process, shorten the learning curve,
and foster productivity from day one.
Train for high
performance
Businesses must also consider the legal and industry compliance training necessary for new employees, be it temporary or permanent.
This training should ideally be completed before the first day of work, reducing risks, promoting a
healthy work culture and ensuring legal adherence.
Organisations must proactively curate and update their training resources to maintain their relevance.

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