Attracting qualified applicants to your job opening involves a lot of grunt work, but finding a way to automate the recruitment process will save you both time and money. Texting is the fastest and most widely used form of communication that streamlines how you engage qualified applicants, share news and information, and schedule interviews. Here […]
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.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we talked about how important it is for organizations to have a mobile-friendly hiring experience. We started to outline a few ways mobile technology can be incorporated into the recruiting process. Here are a few more:
With ever-increasing smartphone usage across the population, employers and retailers alike are looking for better ways to reach their customers via mobile technology. For recruiters and HR teams, the “customer” means employees and applicants; more and more jobseekers are using their phones as a key component in their job search. Recruiters may be losing out […]
There’s no doubt that technology facilitates the hiring process. But from the job seeker perspective, too much automation is a turnoff.
By using short message service (SMS), the official name for text messaging, and multimedia message service (MMS), messages that support short videos, single images or slideshows, and audio clips, recruiters are interacting with job candidates in ways that are proving convenient and highly effective.
Job boards often include information for job seekers, usually in the form of articles or blog posts intended to help with the job search process. One job site, Nurse.org, has now taken job seeker assistance to the next level.
Move over, Siri and Alexa. Karen has arrived.
A recent study from CareerBuilder, a provider of human capital solutions, sheds some light on where the candidate experience tends to turn negative.
Preemployment testing has been around for some time now, at least a few decades in some form. The process helps prescreen potential hires before they interview. Many changes are coming to this process thanks to new technology, and it can potentially help both employer and candidates.
People with disabilities are job seekers, too. And they represent a very large candidate pool.