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Companies are facing unique and unprecedented staffing issues. Because of the current economic and social climate, there is an immediate need to reduce payroll expense, but also a critical need to maintain a bench of talented workers. When business reopens, it may not return to “business as usual” but could be slightly or dramatically different, and employers will need to respond quickly with a nimble workforce to fill these unpredictable needs.
This guide walks through the configuration of Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) features which can be used to manage the relationship with terminated employees and their rehiring as business begins to recover from an event such as the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.
In this guide, we show an example of a healthcare facility where a nurse may have been laid off from a department which does elective surgery, but the healthcare facility may have urgent needs in other areas. We will set up a form to determine if this nurse may have skills which could be used in these other areas. As you complete this configuration for your business, you may need to change details, such as the questions asked and picklist values, to support your business and industry.