Recruitment Strategy

A recruiting strategy is a formal plan of action involving an organization's attempts to successfully identify, recruit, and hire high-quality candidates for the purpose of filling its open positions.

  • Now more than ever, experts are being squeezed and attracted to somebody, and rightly so: in Thailand, active employees are more credible speakers of the company than the executives or the company itself. So can a job seeker's impressive social presence have a positive impact on the recruitment decision?

  • Smart recruitment is one of the growth drivers of the most innovative companies in the market. As you know, bringing the best professionals to your team is essential to getting the results you want. And to make this process easier, faster, and better, you need to combine Human Resources intelligence with the new technologies that HR offer.

  • For a recruiter, it can be incredibly frustrating when the results are not as expected when you have spent a lot of time and energy developing a solid recruitment strategy. Finally, it is the employees in the company that make up the backbone, and the company will suffer if you are unable to fill in with the right candidates.

  • Through my career, I have participated in several group interviews. I can still feel grumpy down the back and evoke the cold sweat that penetrated when I received these summonses. How many will participate? 


Recruitment Strategy

A recruitment strategy is a plan an organization enacts to form a recruiting process and establish a candidate pool. An organization uses recruitment strategies to identify a hiring vacancy, establish a timeline, and identify goals throughout the recruitment process.