Sometimes the members of the team can become competitive to others and start to create obstacles that will get in the way of teamwork. We are often unsatisfied when we see how some members of the team start to avoid collaboration, hoard information and keen on working individually. When it comes to recruiting and teamwork, we should always be aware of the things we provide for other team members and what those members provide for us. In this type of work communication is the key.
“We are much more efficient when we are willing to share. And we are better problem solvers when we are working together, not individually.”
When it comes to recruitment and the importance of teamwork in it, we can say that teamwork is the turning wheel of the staffing world. Let’s take this for an example. Your hiring manager wrote the perfect job description and that might pull too many candidates to your company, which is great. But writing a job description as recruiter maybe cause a little trouble because you may provide not enough information about the job and that can result in giving low-quality submission.
Special bond or not?
Hiring managers and recruiters have this special relationship. According to a study, 65% of the hiring managers are not satisfied with how the recruiters affect business. And only 25% of the hiring managers base their hiring decision on recruiter advice. Both the hiring managers and recruiter tend to have strained relationship and the irony here is that they both have the same goals! They both want to give better, faster and cost-effective results to the company. And what can be the best solution in this kind of relationship? They can cherish teamwork by boosting one another’s performance and besides a few trust-falls to try to believe in their partner’s ability to do his or her job.
Teamwork makes the dream work
Nowadays, working in a positive environment is so easy to find. Companies invest in employees, whether it comes to seminars, work trips or maybe afterworks. People in companies are more open-minded, and they appreciate working in teams and building long-lasting relationships with their co-workers.