The administration of any recruitment, assessment or development process, especially where volumes of applicants or candidates are involved, will demand high resource and is usually costly to deliver to a good standard.

Throughout the process, from set up and implementation to reviewing the results, experienced staff have to apply many salaried hours ensuring it is done correctly at each stage.

Usually those required to complete the process are already full time on other projects and tasks important to business performance and supporting colleagues who also need their experience. These other important activities have then to be delayed or even suspended whilst the process is underway.

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If your organisation carries out their recruitment, selection and development processes using a traditional paper-based approach you will know that whilst this appears to be low cost, the time applied to deliver it is rarely accounted for to see the true cost to the business.

Therefore, there are two key invisible costs that are not measured or allowed for when following traditional methodology:

  1. The salaried hours of all staff involved in the process.
  2. The commercial effect of them switching their attention from other activities whilst focusing on the process.

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