Explore how artificial intelligence is reshaping the HR landscape and how to leverage this technology in your recruitment strategy.
Learn how taking a holistic approach to talent acquisition can revolutionize your recruitment strategy.
Direct Sourcing is when firms leverage their own candidate pool to hire a contingent workforce. This hiring process utilizes the company’s branding, advanced tech platforms for curation, and candidate engagement. At present, it’s predicted that mid-large corporations will increase their adoption of direct sourcing by 60% within the next two years, per SIA’s latest report.
The process of finding quality talent often mirrors looking for a needle in a haystack. A day in the life of a recruiter includes going through inbound resumes, following up with prospects, reviewing resumes, conducting interviews, scheduling interviews, collaborating with hiring managers, and much more. This sounds overwhelming, with no day ever being the same.
Today’s job market is candidate-driven. Like any other business process, the recruitment cycle consists of numerous information exchanges and data migration that requires careful organization of candidate information into different groups depending on their status in the recruitment pipeline. Why Should You Care About Managing Candidate Databases? All staffing and hiring are based on the
Recruitment chatbots are conversational AI interfaces used during the recruitment process to collect information and begin the pre-screening processes. They act as hiring assistants that help recruiters and HR professionals automate the everyday mundane aspects of recruitment and can be used as: Application bots for gathering candidate information Skill-testing bots to evaluate candidates’ expertise Interview
Resume parsing is the process of converting resumes, CVs, and cover letters into structured data such as keywords, skills, location, experience, etc. Simply put, resume parsing software parses resumes, which means it stores, organizes, analyzes, and screens resume. On a daily basis, recruiters have to go through hundreds and thousands of resumes to find the
Recruitment marketing is the process of attracting, engaging, nurturing, and retaining potential talent through marketing strategies by creating a strong employer brand and by promoting an employee value proposition (EVP). It is about creating an engaging candidate experience throughout the recruitment funnel to interact with passive as well as active candidates. With 75% of the
The pandemic forced organizations to adopt business transformation technologies like automation overnight. This transition fueled organizations to look at talent differently and tap the remote and contingent workforce. Subsequently, the recruitment industry, one of the fastest-growing industries, had to embrace complete automation and digitalization for every step of the hiring journey. Benefits of SaaS Software-as-a-service
Having the right software has become critical to winning in the recruiting game. Staffing and HR professionals are juggling more candidates, more job boards, and more placements than ever before. Some software either doesn’t work the way you want, while other offerings are too expensive. So, what’s a small or medium-sized staffing firm to do?
Initially, the outbreak of COVID-19 created major economic setbacks and instabilities, creating mixed implications worldwide for the industry. Prior to the pandemic, only a few companies were practicing remote work. Since then, the industry has been forced to embrace the employment of permanent remote workers, contract-based skilled workers, and big organizations have steadily increased their
A recruitment chatbot is basically an HR manager’s dream assistant. In reality, it’s a conversational interface (that looks like an instant messenger chat window) that helps carry out basic processes using artificial intelligence and machine learning. This could be something as simple as letting a recruiter know how many interviews they have that day to
Technology is progressing rapidly around us, and it’s no surprise that it has found its way into recruiting. Since the invention of the ATS, recruiters have been leveraging technology to make their jobs easier and faster. The same holds true today, with improvements being rolled out regularly to all aspects of the recruiting process. One
In the constantly evolving, technological world we live in today, the phrase “innovate or die” is more relevant than ever – especially when we’re talking about artificial intelligence (AI). Every year, more and more industries are beginning to realize the benefits that artificial intelligence offers – whether it’s lowering costs through automation, increasing quality through
Research seeking to understand the real-time challenges faced by staffing firms, their business impacts, and plans to overcome them.
Technology moves fast, and as a recruiter, you cannot be exempt from developments and must, in fact, be a leader. This article outlines some of the technology which has recently come into play within recruiting, so read, learn, and get involved so you and your company’s recruiting practices stay relevant. 1. Mobile Unless you’ve found
The most wonderful thing about recruitment is that we get to collaborate, deal, and work with the most intelligent yet complex creations on earth and beyond. So, for anyone looking for something adventurous and intriguing, the recruitment industry is your go-to place. Diversity, artificial intelligence (AI), data insights, and new-age interview processes are going to
Passive candidates make up about 75% of the workforce. With such a majority, it is reasonable to believe that some of the highest performing candidates will fall under this category and there are a number of reasons that they appeal as prospective hires: They have a proven track record of working in a similar environment.