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A CAP allows organizations to expand its available recruitment resources by encouraging enterprise-wide participation of internal employees when attending outreach events. The participating employees serve as Career Ambassadors and promote their organization, and the State of California, by enthusiastically educating job seekers on state careers, the state hiring process, and why the State of California is an employer of choice. A CAP can broaden the scope of an organization's recruiters by leveraging internal resources to attract specific audiences, which include employees who are college alumni, veterans, women in traditionally male-dominated occupations, subject matter experts from mission critical and hard-to-recruit classifications, of diverse backgrounds, representatives of underserved communities, persons with disabilities, and members of occupation specific professional organizations.
Implementing a CAP within your organization can:
The CAP model is a systematic recruitment process that includes six steps. Each step is designed to ensure the CAP can be effectively implemented in your organization.