How Much Time and Resources Is Your Company Wasting on Talent Sourcing?

Kaila Mathis

Talent-sourcing for gigs and part- and full-time roles is one of the most necessary but dreaded tasks companies regularly face. Brands and agencies report over 14 hours lost each week searching and contacting talent, needing multiple platforms to find qualified candidates and trouble understanding who a creator is before interviewing them. Below are a few indicators your company may be wasting unnecessary time and resources on talent sourcing.

Do you find yourself scrolling through countless profiles looking for creators who might fit your company's needs?

We've all been there - the never ending scroll looking for someone that is skilled in the role you're looking to fill, interested in your company's mission, available when you need them and willing and eager to speak with you. Whether you're searching on job boards, social media, or creator directories, systems that aren't built to find you your perfect match based on your unique needs are likely to slow down the process significantly.​

Do you use multiple platforms to search for creators because one never seems to do the trick?

There's nothing worse than jumping from site to site with the same search and being unable to find your match on any of them. Having one platform that allows you to search for specific preferences, receive your matches and contact them in one place will speed up your talent sourcing flow tenfold.​

Do you have trouble getting the 'full picture' of a candidate before interviewing them?

It's rare that an online profile fully showcases who a creator is and what they do - letting you understand their skills, interests, experience and personality before you even speak with them. This can lead to unnecessarily long interview processes, unsuccessful hires and ultimately, a consistent loss of time and resources.

Do you find there's a disconnect between who you're searching for and the profiles you're seeing in your results?

Whether you're searching for candidates on job boards or social media, most sites don't make it easy to search for specific skills, interests, experience, location and availability. This makes the vetting process much more challenging, and increases the amount of time it takes to find the perfect matches for your opportunities.

At CLLCTVE, we automate the searching process by providing you with creator matches that fit all of your preferences, taking the leg work off your plate and increasing your candidates' chances of success.

Kaila Mathis
Kaila graduated from Villanova University in 2021 with a B.A. in PR & Advertising and Journalism, with a minor in Spanish. She is now the Growth Manager at CLLCTVE and a Freelance Writer for Adweek.
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