e-lerniq series

Hiring Strategies

Typical Participants

New Leaders and Managers
Hiring Managers
People Managers


10 Modules
Case Studies
Quizzes and Games
Available 24/7

Course Level



Certificate of Participation


2 Hours

Delivery Language


Hiring Strategies

The challenges of hiring the right employees has become increasingly complex and costly. The talent landscape is changing rapidly, and employers must adapt their hiring strategies to keep up.

The process often requires multiple rounds of interviews, reference checks, and even psychological testing. In addition, job seekers are now more willing to move for the right opportunity, making it difficult to find candidates who are already local. As a result, many companies are turning to new hiring strategies in order to find the best talent. One popular method is to focus on soft skills rather than work experience because this allows companies to identify individuals who have the ability to adapt and succeed in a variety of roles. Another strategy is to use technology to screen candidates.
Technology can help to identify those who are the best fit for a particular position and save time in the interview process.

By using these and other strategies, companies can find the best employees and reduce the cost and time of the hiring process.

What will you learn?

As a result of participating in this online training program, participants will be able to:

  • Learn how to present the current open position;
  • Develop a workable hiring strategy;
  • Learn how to determine which candidates to interview;
  • Discover steps and techniques to use in an interview;
  • Welcome newly hired employees;
  • Find potential candidates for the position.

Session Content

  • Defining and Knowing the Position (know the position, need analysis, job analysis, task analysis);
  • Hiring Strategy (company information, salary range, top performers, be prepared);
  • Lure in Great Candidates (develop corporate citizenship, treat candidates well, look at the competition);
  • Filtering Applicants to Interview (put lots of weight on cover letters, grade resumes, internet search, initial phone interview, introduce everyone, use a panel, match the interview to the job, types of questions, tell me about my company, distractions, interview more than once);
  • Selection Process (testi, look for passion and enthusiasm, background checks, trust your instincts, education level vs experience, have a consensus, keep non-hires on file, checking references);
  • Making an Offer (do it quickly, employment details, notify rejected candidates, be creative);
  • Onboarding (training and orientation, mentoring, 30-60-90 day reviews, make them feel welcome).