If you’re trying to stay competitive in today’s candidate-driven job market, freshening up your recruiting and hiring process is a good place to start. Nowadays, hiring managers need to be smarter and more efficient to attract and drive candidates through the door. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that by 2020 there will be 1.4 million unfilled computer specialist jobs, with new graduates only filling about 30 percent of open roles. This means organizations need to act fast and adapt in order to find the best technical candidates.
The first step to identify any shortcomings in your process is to look at your cornerstone metrics. The second is knowing how to optimize for them. In this article, let’s take a look at how hiring managers can improve these five key metrics to get the top engineering talent.
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As a hiring manager in the semiconductor field, your goal is to find the top engineering talent for your team. But searching for the cream of the crop is not an easy task if you’re not consistently measuring for success.
Metrics are important to find what’s working and not working in your recruiting and hiring process. With evolving technology, competitive job markets, and hiring trends and disruptions, it’s important to choose and evaluate the right metrics to drive meaningful impact in your organization and become a competitive force in the semiconductor industry.
Today, let's look at five cornerstone metrics to track to help you find and hire the top engineering talent.