Behind the scenes of successful candidate sourcing

Intellidig works with people and for people. You need to make the most informed decision, and we have the tools to help you through the hiring process. We do that by supporting every aspect of the talent management strategy of your company. We help you draw in and keep talented employees and we assist you in building and maintaining high performing operations.

The basic structure of the talent management strategy includes the following processes:

Talent research ➙ Talent mapping ➙ Talent sourcing

Talent research. The groundwork of finding the right candidates is accomplished by finding the appropriate information. Every position can be filled by multiple candidates, who posses very different skills and abilities. The talent research does not only add immediate hires to your list, it also creates a list with potential future candidates. In the end of the process, the company has a comprehensive list of available and suitable candidates.

Talent mapping. Once we know where and who are the most talented candidates, the long term planning begins. Talent mapping involves assessment of the candidates’ traits on one hand, and the needs of the company on the other. We identify the high-ranking employees based on performance, skills and experiences. Then we create a comprehensive chart of abilities and needs, and make appropriate matches. The biggest benefit of the mapping process is that it gives a gimps into the future and helps narrow the gaps between skills and requirements.

Talent sourcing. At this point we have successfully completed the search for talent and you have appropriately matched it. From here, talent sourcing is a bit more easier to do. Based on precision and extensive research, we gather knowledge about the most talented individuals in the targeted group. We get you the most experienced candidates via passive candidate sourcing, one of the hardest but most successful strategies in recruiting. The main reason of including passive candidate sourcing is to significantly expand the pool of candidates and to include skilled workers with future potential.