Human Resources Recruitment Habits—The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

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Berkshire's latest white paper examines the most common bad recruitment habits and their impact on the success of an organization.

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Berkshire Associates, a human resources consulting and technology firm that assists companies in building their ideal, balanced workforce, releases its latest white paper, "Breaking Bad Habits in HR Recruitment Practices," which outlines the most common negative recruitment habits, and provides tips and resources for creating an effective hiring process.

The recruitment process is a crucial piece of the HR puzzle—recruiting and hiring the best employees can make or break an organization. With so many steps in the hiring process, from advertising to documenting applicants for openings, it can be easy to develop bad habits to get it all done. Those habits can have a negative impact on the organization's overall success. In this informative white paper, the following habits—and their solutions—are discussed:

  • Inadequate job descriptions
  • Lack-luster and biased job postings
  • Ineffective applicant tracking processes
  • The untrained recruiter and hiring manager

To access this free white paper, please click here.

For media inquiries, please contact Lauren Collinson at laurenc(at)berkshireassociates(dot)com or 800.882.8904, ext. 1307.

About Berkshire Associates:
Berkshire Associates is a human resources consulting and technology firm, specializing in helping companies build the ideal, balanced workforce. As an industry leader, Berkshire provides the latest tools and services for affirmative action, applicant management, compensation management, workforce planning, diversity, and professional training. For 30 years, Berkshire has serviced the nation's most recognizable companies; and as a result has mastered providing clients with cost-effective solutions to everyday human resources challenges.

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