Keeping candidates warm
There may be situations where your recruitment process is slow and candidates that you have interviewed are being kept waiting for either the next round of interview or an offer.
During this stage, it is particularly important for you to keep your candidates ‘warm’ by speaking to them by phone, updating them about the situation and providing timely post-interview feedback.
In Singapore, there is a shortage of tech talent, particularly in niche areas such as security, analytics and artificial intelligence. Keeping the candidate warm allows you to be updated on their job search status and avoid unwanted surprises. To impress candidates who are ‘in demand’, you may try these creative ways:
- Invite candidates for lunch or for a drink
- Walk candidates around your office and introduce them to people
- Let candidates meet their potential colleagues so they gain a better understanding of the job role, your company and the working culture.
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