Looking for Better Technical Employees? Reboot Your Recruiting Efforts!

October 19th, 2016
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Hiring employees with a manufacturing background can be challenging. Technical jobs are very specialized, and you may need to spend a significant amount of time investing in recruiting efforts. Fortunately, there are some ways you can screen applicants and narrow down the field of choices to only the most qualified candidates. Use the following tips to reboot your recruiting efforts.

Seek Out Employees Who Use Updated Technology

You want to hire skilled employees who have extensive experience using the technology your company currently uses, so you aren’t spending a lot of time investing in training and education. Ask prospective employees to share information about their experience using different types of technology, so you are hiring the most qualified candidates. This will help you filter out the pool of candidates based on experience before you start reviewing other areas.

Consult with Your Management Team

Take the time to consult with your management team about top priorities or skillsets you are looking for in new hires. You can also turn to this team to establish some clear hiring goals — the number of technical employees you need to recruit, the timeframe you need to complete the hiring process, and how many resources you will need to invest in training the new hires once the recruitment process is complete.

Work with an Established Staffing Firm

Another way to find only the best employees to fill technical jobs is to work with a recruiting firm that specializes in the manufacturing industry. The firm can help you screen out and filter all available candidates in the database, based on the list you have created with your management team. Working with a staffing firm can also speed up your recruitment process.

Need help finding better technical employees? Talk to the professionals at Bear Staffing, an established recruitment firm that specializes in the manufacturing industries.

Key Takeaways:

  • Seek out employees who have experience using the latest technology and tools your company already uses
  • Consult with your management team to outline hiring goals and expectations of new hires
  • Work with an established staffing firm to fill technical jobs quickly and find the highest quality candidates