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26 May, 2021

Recruitment teams that plan for changes and anticipate their future needs will out-compete those who react to changes when they have already happened. 

Here are four focus areas that will help to future-proof the hiring process and anticipate future talent needs accurately.

Future Proof Hiring Strategy In Four Easy Steps (1)In the coming few years, we can expect a few more disruptions. It is pertinent, then, that we must be prepared and not resort to knee-jerk or ad-hoc reactions and, rather, accept the challenges head-on. To know more about, how can you create a plan that sustains you and your organization in the next year, click here

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Soujanya Varada
Soujanya Varada
As a technical content writer and social media strategist, Soujanya develops and manages strategies at iMocha. With strong technical background and years of experience in content management, she looks for opportunities to flourish in the digital space. Soujanya is also a dance fanatic and believes in spreading light!
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Topics: Tech Recruitment, Remote Hiring

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