Sept 12th, 2019
Many business owners who are far from recruiting backstage confuse HR and recruiting fields. However, human resource specialists and recruiters do different jobs, while the latter are part of the whole HR team.
From our experience, in-house recruiters are often called HRs, and HRs in many cases have to handle recruiters’ work. In fact, the majority of IT companies hire outsource recruiters or address special agencies like ITExpert, as the need for new employees is not constant.
So, let’s connect the dots on who these people are and what is included in their responsibility.
3. Does tons of ‘detective’s’ work. A recruiter is a person responsible for finding every small detail about the company’s future employees. A recruiter must tell managers whether a person fits the job or not. If something goes wrong, everyone will suffer — a company, a staff member and the recruiter as well.
4. Accompanies candidates through all the recruitment stages, follow these people up, and help them in case they have questions.
5. Verifies documents of people who have got a job offer from the company.
6. Updates the database of candidates who already have sent their CVs to the company. Later, finding the best candidate might take almost no time, as looking for a specific person who already knows about your company is easy. To make this tool work, recruiters keep in touch with everyone they have ever talked to during the recruiting process.