Remember college? Or maybe you can’t. You slept all day and partied all night. You had zero accountability except making good grades. Then you got a job, spouse, house and kids. And then, Boom! You’re responsible for a lot of things, pal. Like a mortgage, college and keeping your job.
Accountability, it’s the word of the day. And, it may be the Recruitment word of the year. Here is why.
Agencies are accountable for every hire they make, if the person bails or is terminated, then the company can recoup placement fees.
Corporate Recruiters were never accountable. Until now!
HR Departments have shifted their focus on finding and retaining top notch employees. A lot of emphasis has gone to interviewing process for Recruiters. Wiping away poor excuses for bad hires.
Hiring Managers are looking for HR and Recruiters to solve this problem by finding the right candidate – the first time. Using successful interviewing techniques to weed through candidate pools, Recruiters are now responsible for their New Hires too.
But, should Recruiters be held liable if a New Hire is fired? What happens is the New Hire leaves after one month?
Is it the Recruiters responsibility to help retain New Hires too?
Your thoughts and comments please.