How To Reduce Time to Hire: 10 Effective Ways

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Imagine this scenario: You are looking to hire a talented candidate for an opening in your organization. After a month-long process of meeting and interviewing eligible candidates, you finally shortlist three of them. Surprisingly, when it’s time for you to take the final call, the most promising candidate drops out of the hiring process, leaving you feeling frustrated.

Sounds familiar? Well, it’s a common story in the recruitment circles.

While candidates may withdraw from a recruitment drive for several reasons, a long hiring process is among the top causes. As per market data, the average hiring process takes 44 days to complete. Ideally, the time to hire should be much less.

So, how to reduce the time to fill and time to hire? Now, before we dive into the details, it’s important to understand that time to fill and time to hire are two different metrics.

So, How Are Time to Fill and Time to Hire Different?

Time to hire refers to the number of days it takes between a candidate applying for a job and accepting the job offer. Time to fill, on the other hand, refers to the number of days it takes between posting for a job and the candidate

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