The answer receiving the most votes was not having enough candidates (35.9%). I was surprised to see these results. With the spike in unemployment, there should be more candidates on the market. I would’ve expected internal bottlenecks (21.9%) or applicant dropoffs (18.8%) to receive more votes, with recruiters having to deal with more applicants on the market and new workflows due to Covid-19.
One possibility is that these recruiting teams don’t have the bandwidth to reach more candidates, or the proper tools in place to reach these candidates.
What are your thoughts, are you surprised by these results?
Mother's day is a great way to get in front of your customers and bring some community sense with your hourly workers. Obviously be careful of COVID restrictions and stay safe!
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