How to Turn Passive Candidates into Active Pipeline

Why focus on passive candidate recruiting?

According to the LinkedIn Global Talent Trends 2015 report, 75% of the global workforce is considered to be “passive talent” (defined as a person who is not actively in the job market) 15% are reaching out to their personal networks, 45% are open to talking with a recruiter, while only 15% are completely satisfied with their current position.

Since passive candidates aren’t actively looking, you can’t rely on them responding to your traditional recruiting approaches, such as job boards and websites. If you want to hire these passive candidates, you can’t wait for them. You need to be proactive.

A proactive recruiter is constantly looking for people to hire, filling their talent pipeline to approach candidates in the right way at the right time.

This is where ENGAGE comes in.

With ENGAGE, recruiters are able to search for candidates based on experience, title, industry, company type, etc. from a dynamic stream of over 100 million passive candidates. You are able to gain access to a 360° view of a candidate’s work history, social media profiles and contact information. This provides a comprehensive overview, allowing you to determine how well the candidate might fit in a team, as well as how to best approach them and invite them to change positions.

Quickly fill your talent pool for positions you frequently hire for by saving prospective candidates to a customized “watch list”. You can even upload your own candidate database to watch. Rooted in predicative analytics, ENGAGE alerts you with real-time availability signals when a candidate is most likely ready for a new opportunity.

In addition to enhancing your passive candidate engagement efforts, ENGAGE also assists in building competitive intel. Get insight on which companies are expanding, what tools they are using, latest news and even executive contact information.

Ready to ENGAGE passive talent? Get started with a free trial now.

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