3 Principles of a Human-First Approach to Hiring Talent

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Technology continues to transform the HR space, but companies must not lose sight of the human element of hiring and recruiting. Hiring managers must step back to mold processes, tools, and culture around candidate needs. After all, the current number of job openings in the U.S. exceeds 11 million. And with more open positions than applicants to fill them, candidates can be more selective than ever.

A human-first strategy helps organizations come out on top in today’s competitive hiring landscape. Leaders looking to attract the best talent should follow these three principles to elevate the candidate experience above

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