You and your team are responsible for recruiting, performance management, learning and development, succession planning, compensation and benefits, HRIS technologies, and data and risk management—the list goes on.

With so much falling on the HR team, it can be hard to take the time to sit down and truly focus on what you have, how far you’ve come, and what else there is to do. Especially when it comes to your recruitment life cycle. Main Street Recruitment has developed an audit checklist to help you and your team think about your recruitment life cycle, including your employer brand, reputation, candidate experience, and metrics.

This is a great tool for self-reflection or to use when facilitating a meeting with your talent acquisition team.

Take a look at what is working, what is not, and what impact incremental changes can make. And the heavy lifting? Leave that to us. We are always ready to schedule a discovery call to help you get to the next level when recruiting your blue-collar workforce.

Get Access to Our Audit Checklist

Ready for a self audit? Main Street Recruitment has developed a ’10 Questions to Start Your Recruitment Internal Audit’ checklist to help you and your team reflect on your recruitment strategy. Download it today and see how you’re doing!

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