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What is the Process / Best approach to close to 10 Positions in a Month? This has been asking in all my interviews but unbale to Provide exact answer and if am doing googling also din't find any suitable anwer... Please suggest.
From India, Bangalore
Dear Umasailithiesh,

Whenever this question is shot at you, it is not to get any factual answer but to analyse how good you are at working under pressure and yet delivering promptly. There is no hard-n-fast rule as to how can one close a given number of positions in a given time-frame. It is mostly because closing positions is contingent to many a things viz. the industry you are hiring for, the part of the organisational hierarchy to be filled, brand you are recruiting for, work aesthetics and several external factors too.

Suppose you have to do Banana Recruitment for a position as trivial as BPO Executives- Non Voice Processing, you can close as many positions as you want depending solely on the sourcing you have at hand. On the other hand, if the recruitment is pretty niche' as of Senior Private Investigator- Civil, you may have to mull for days. Again if the brand entity is strong, you are likely to get many hits automatically. SO, what i mean is that the question is not fact based that you may google for, it is how you can deliver and what are the techniques that you will use to get the profiles thorough.

It solely depends on how comfortable you are with your domain knowledge. Tell the Hiring Authorities that you will first dive into the talent inventory you have and then start pitching calls even to the passive candidates. This will add considerably to the the talent pool and all that you would be left with is screening.

Hope this helps! All the best for your future interviews. May you shine!

From India, Chandigarh
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