Recruiting

How To Design A Corporate Recruiting Calling Card

Recruiting is no longer a subset function of the HR team. The key to competing in today’s global talent market is engaging your colleagues to help with your recruiting efforts. Networking, branding, conferences, referrals – all are key components of a successful recruiting strategy.

As a talent leader at a non-profit with limited resources, this has been an important factor for our recruiting team. We’re constantly exploring new ways to engage our colleagues, and make it easy for them to contribute to NPR’s collective talent scouting efforts.

You never know when you might meet your next co-worker – conferences, meet-ups, coffee, PTA meeting, wherever. We wanted to develop an easy way for our colleagues to connect prospects with our various recruiting channels. That led us to create the ‘recruiting calling card’ below. It’s a business card-size summary of many of our key recruiting channels.

NPR Recruiting Calling Card

NPR Recruiting Calling Card

Here are some of the key components:

NPR Recruiting Calling Card_notes

Have you see any interesting examples of recruiting cards, or similar resources? Leave a comment below examples we should check out.

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