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3 Ways HR Outsourcing Can Simplify the Hiring Process

It's no secret that a clunky hiring process can be troublesome for both employers and prospective employees. In fact, 60% of applicants give up on their applications if the process drags on for too long.


Business owners and managers currently struggling with hiring should consider partnering with a human resources outsourcing (HRO) organization. Working with an HRO firm, such as SynchronyHR, can help simplify the process and introduce new efficiencies. Read on to learn more.


1. HR Professionals Know Best

The professionals within an HRO firm are extremely experienced in bringing in new employees. They can help you avoid mistakes that might come up during the hiring process, such as poorly conducting a job interview, and help the process run smoothly.


These professionals can also help you navigate employment law issues, such as legally required postings and drug testing policies and procedures.


2. Now Hiring

Attracting a new candidate can often come down to their initial reaction to your business. If they are not impressed with the job or company description, you may not receive many resumes.


Business owners who don’t know how to effectively promote themselves or their roles to potential new hires can rely on the aforementioned HR professionals. They will work with you to build captivating job postings, position descriptions, and company overviews. They can also help you add these postings to various boards and social media platforms.


3. Gather All Necessary Information

Gathering the information needed for a new candidate can be difficult. For example, you might remember to request their references but then forget to conduct a background check.


An HRO organization will know what information is needed and what might be the right time to request it. This can simplify the interview stage, as all required information will be in place for each candidate.


Once a candidate is selected, your HRO partner can also assist with the onboarding stage, as even more documents/information will be required to officially bring on the new employee. This includes contracts, requests for paperwork, training, and more.


Need Help?

As a business owner or manager, you want to make sure that your vacant positions are filled with qualified candidates, rather than deal with a time-consuming and complicated hiring process.


If this sounds like something you're looking for, please feel free to reach out to the team at SynchronyHR to see how we can help.

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