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I work as a HR manager and it's been 5 months since I got on to this role.

My CEO asked me to come up with a plan to engage and build a community of people who will be interested to join our company in the future. I don't have previous experiences with the same.

I would like to get some suggestions and inputs on how can I build and form the community of people who got rejected from our interview process or people who can be our future employee to join our company?

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  • What resources have you used for hiring / research new employees just now? Might those avenues not help with people who may join as well? – user34587 Nov 16 '18 at 9:58
  • What industry are you in? – UIO Nov 16 '18 at 10:54
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    This heavily, heavily depends on what area you're in - there's no "one size fits all" here. If it's developers you're after, than hackathons could be a worthwhile avenue for instance, but that's unlikely to have an impact if you're after plumbers. – berry120 Nov 16 '18 at 11:17
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I would recommend any deals with universities. There is a lot of students who don't know how to start their career. They may be intrested in future working to your company. Maybe create a database of rejected people.

It also depends if you have any budget for this. You can create advertisements and allow people to sign up via the form.

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