The conclusion of the hiring process is the offer Letter. Once you’ve reached that stage, then, in theory, you should be home and dry. You can move on to onboarding the candidate and integrating them into your organisation.
However, as any experienced recruiter will tell you, in a competitive talent market, this isn’t always the case. Even at the last minute, counteroffers and alternative employment options can entice your chosen candidate away.
There are two factors to consider to ensure your recruitment efforts don’t fall at the final hurdle. The first is reducing the time between making the hiring decision and sending the offer letter. The second is reducing the time it takes to send and receive the offer.
Here are three reasons why a fast offer letter can help your hiring.