Interestingly the highest demand in level of experience desired is split equally between trainees and those with two years’ experience, suggesting either a shift in preference or need to recruit those without experience.
Your insights on the issues experienced when recruiting experienced candidates detailed the frustration in trying to change bad habits, re-train and manage their expectations.
What is your biggest issue when recruiting experienced candidates?
Interestingly the issues detailed when recruiting trainees are very different, with the focus more on their attitude, commitment and lack of experience.
What is your biggest issue when recruiting trainees?
Quality Loyalty Drive LACK OF EXPERIENCE
When looking at ways to improve your success recruiting trainees you told us trainees with a greater understanding of the industry who had prior work experience and training would be the key.
Qualities you look for in trainees
Overall your feedback suggests you are more likely to recruit trainees who possess the right attitude, with some work experience and industry training.
How much more likely are you to recruit a trainee with the right personality, attitude and industry training/qualifications and successful completion of work assessment period? (1 being less likely, 10 being highly likely)
It would appear your challenge is how to recruit and retain talented Trainees as well as those quality experienced individuals who are able to fit in, adjust and perform well within a new organisation.
We are excited to present you with an alternative way to address both of the above and would welcome the opportunity to discuss further.
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