Finding the right people for the right job at the right time is a critical function for any employer. The success of an organization is directly tied to the performance of the people working within it. If you need help finding workers, you’ve come to the right place. From mapping out a search strategy to interviewing and hiring, this section will connect you to the resources you need for success.
Employers can spend a great deal of time and energy on recruiting new staff. The hiring process typically includes writing job descriptions, screening applicants, and interviewing and selecting candidates. You can save time, money and hassle by learning the pros and the cons of different recruitment strategies before you start the hiring process. The resources on this page will help you develop a strategy that works best for your business.
After you’ve considered all possible sources of workers, you can start the search for candidates. Your approach depends on the details of your job posting as well as their necessary qualifications.
Some prefer to cast a wide net and attract a large and diverse range of candidates. Others prefer to narrow their search and limit time spent screening applicants.
The Job Bank for Employers is a free federal service job matching tool that allows employers to post jobs and search for candidates in B.C. and the rest of Canada. This service also provides information on HR management.
A number of B.C. industry associations also have industry-specific job boards. These job boards help you connect with candidates through specific industry associations.