Category: Recruiting Technology

No surprise, technology has entered the field of recruiting, and recruiters are now bombarded with options for letting technology assist with their roles.

The Downside to Text Message Recruiting

In yesterday’s Advisor, we noted that text messages are one way to improve communication during the recruiting process and outlined some of the benefits of doing so. Today, let’s take a look at some of the potential drawbacks.

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Pros and Cons to Using Text Messages in Your Recruiting Process

The hiring and recruiting process can often seem to drag on for employers and potential employees. Businesses often look for ways to speed up the process, both to improve time-to-hire and also to create a favorable impression among candidates, which will increase the chances of the offer being accepted.

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How to Use Mobile Keywords to Enhance Recruitment

Everyone knows that recruiting the best job candidates is essential to the success of your company. However, with so many businesses competing for the same people, all companies need to invest in technologies and strategies that improve their recruitment efforts. One of the most effective ways to enhance recruitment is the use of mobile keywords. […]

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Is HR Automation Happening Too Fast?

While employers increasingly see the benefits of HR technology, a new survey from global talent solutions firm Randstad Sourceright also finds there are serious concerns about the pace of change.

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Is Virtual Reality the New Recruiting Frontier?

If you’ve ever donned a headset and been transported to a virtual world, you’ll likely agree that virtual reality (VR) has tremendous potential for various business functions, including recruiting, onboarding, and training.

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Can Bots Solve Companies’ Billion-Dollar Onboarding Problem?

The first year at a new job is usually reserved for learning the ropes. We’ve all been through the expected bumps and growing pains. It’s exciting, nerve-wracking, humbling, and uncomfortable. Unfamiliar names and faces. Unknown office and conference room locations. Different technology and applications. New policies and processes. Unspoken acronyms and cultural dynamics. But what […]

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