Written by Lucy Heskins | June 17, 2014
: Building a Case for Recruitment Technology
Tech has radically changed the way in which we consume information. Today’s jobseekers are much more digital-savvy, and searching online is fast becoming the norm.
And, with more organisations looking to increase their HR technology budgets this year, it seems the tide is turning as organisations look at ways to bring their recruitment in-house by automating their processes and investing in technology.
Of course there are a number of challenges HR professionals will face: what type and level of recruitment software is right for your business? Should you look at careers sites or applicant tracking systems? And what about mobile? How will this help me to achieve my recruitment objectives?
Before determining what type of solution may be suitable for you, it’s important to look at what you candidates are doing. Only by doing so, will you know which online recruitment software solution is right for you.
This simple tool gives you access to common trends from jobseeker behaviour – when they search for jobs, and using what devices; what they expect from your careers site, and what you need to be thinking about when developing your proposition.
After all, those teams who employ the mantra, ‘The Candidate is King’, and adapt their processes and technology accordingly will secure competitive edge and help their organisations to continue to attract and nurture the best talent.
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