The “High Volume” Lessons for Any Recruiter

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Whether you’re recruiting for 1,000 positions or just for 10, there are some great lessons to be learned from the world of “high volume” hiring that can be applied to a search for any number of candidates.

High volume hiring—defined as needing 1,000 hires or receiving more than 1,000 applications per position—is most common in the restaurant, retail, delivery, and manufacturing industries. However, even the “traditional” recruiter, focused on knowledge worker roles, are facing unique challenges. Recruiters of all kinds can feel the frustration of too few candidates or losing out on the best candidates.

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