- Jay Rosenzweig is the founder of Rosenzweig & Company. He’s an expert in designing, building, and attracting world-class teams.
- He says that while online services seem like they’ve changed the hiring process, the keys to finding the right fit haven’t changed much.
- Looking outside of your industry can offer innovation; you want to find candidates who have skills that can work across sectors.
- Delve into your company’s culture to see if a candidate would fit in there. You want someone who will be loyal.
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With websites like LinkedIn, ZipRecruiter, and Indeed, you’d think it would be easy for companies to find top talent. In 2019, the job search process has been largely digitized, and, seemingly, a lot has changed when it comes to the way hiring is done.
But I’ve found that for the most senior-level recruitment projects, the keys to success haven’t changed all that much. Fundamentally, the real reason you are hiring in the first place is to further your company’s mission while prioritizing its people.
With all the job boards out there, finding candidates with mediocre fit has never been easier. But it hasn’t really gotten any easier when you’re hiring for key positions. The difference between the right candidate and the available candidate can still make or break a company’s future.
At Rosenzweig & Company, we’ve helped companies find CEOs that brought them back from the brink. I’ve spent the last 20 years recruiting and researching top talent. In my experience, it is crucial to prioritize clear and concise hiring criteria to find the right candidate for the right set of circumstances. Here are the four questions to consider when making key hires.