Planning an international recruitment campaign
Step 1: Evaluating the effectiveness of your UK recruitment activities. This is essential if work permits are required.
Step 2: Gathering information on the legal and employment aspects of recruiting internationally and ethically.
Step 3: Securing senior level commitment and support for an overseas recruitment drive. Putting together an internal team to make the campaign happen.
Step 4: Identifying your key selling points to promote yourself abroad.
Step 5: Developing a supporting infrastructure for employees from overseas – issues to consider.
Step 6: Identifying suitable employer partners and/or selecting a recruitment agency to work on your campaign.
Step 7: Identifying appropriate recruitment methods.
Step 8: Selecting the assessment method(s) that suit you and carrying out interviews.
Step 9: Carrying out the necessary checks.
Step 10: Meeting and greeting the arrivals.
Step 11: Supporting and developing the new employees. Orientation and induction. Identifying a buddy.
Step 12: Gathering feedback and evaluating the success of the campaign.