The population explosion in India has made recruiting a vital point for the industrial burgeons, especially – as India is slowly forming into a service-driven economy. In these changing circumstances, the start-ups have to adopt new tactics to cope with recruiting trends to grow their business in pandemic.
So we thought, as a 25 year old player in the market – why not give you a heads up – on what you should be doing, on rather where you should be looking!
1) As a start-up there is less time to waste on money and resources therefore the first thing is to create, is a tailored recruitment strategy to figure out the cost of hiring and the team’s spending on different aspects of the recruitment process.
2) Eliminating bias decisions while selection can help to find great candidates.
3) Creating social media content for employer branding is a great way to show the unique start-up cultures in more natural and candid way that will help to form good impressions on the candidates.
For start-ups, it’s important to form a memorable candidate experience. To keep top candidates interested in the opportunities, the company need to stand out in every interaction with candidates by sharing their unique promises and offers throughout the recruitment strategy. If all goes well, and the cat drags in the gold – your team might just be mighty enough to get you that pinch of success, you are looking for.