Do not forget that the talent recruiter will manage a budget that will be both tight and inflexible, most of the time.
This exposes the member of the HR department to use a range of instruments to get hold of applications and candidates. For this, there are several identified channels of access, such as friends, the media, or talent hunting agencies. Being the most popular, the recommendation of friends and the spontaneous presentation to the company.
The automatic sending of emails with resumes or to appear in the personnel office of the company, as we said, is a classic in this aspect. All these applications are filed, usually for one year, pending the emergence of the position they may occupy. Forming a database that facilitates the processes, if necessary.
Current workers themselves are often an inexhaustible source of applicants. This resource is highly valued, since the people who arrive by this means already have knowledge of what is done in the company; They can meet other potential applicants, who may be useful in the future and, if the employee who presents it is someone appreciated for their work and conduct, could introduce to the work environment someone of equal conditions. Not to mention that the candidates who arrive under this condition, will surely show greater dedication, in gratitude to the person who recommended them.
Another means is classified ads in the media. These will have a more celebrated arrival to the public that will result in a massive response from applicants. These will describe the position and the type of personnel that you wish to hire. If the need, in particular, it could be published in specialized media.
Other means of finding qualified personnel can be universities, professional associations, unions, and employment agencies, to name a few.
The final answer to this whole process is the hiring of someone suitable for the specific job position. Recruiters provide all its parts of elaboration and application were taken into account meticulously and the mentioned steps had proper planning and follow-up.