It's a candidate's market right now which means that employees have an abundance of opportunities to choose from and can leverage the best one. It’s a power shift from the traditional hiring model where candidates – not hiring managers – have the upper hand. This puts pressure on companies to present the best offer to candidates. If candidates feel indecisive, they can also move between jobs quickly causing sudden labor shortages. As a result, recruiters must get creative to sell a job because workers can be selective right now.
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Today, technology and business move extremely fast. I mean, extremely fast, on a global scale.
Globalization means we can conduct business on both sides of the globe. Think of it like a chain reaction. As certain things in business and technology change, related things change, too. With the global economy, these changes ping-pong across the globe faster than they ever have. We’re interconnected.
Applicant Tracking Software Powering Success
Advances in recruitment technology continue apace.
The products and services offered by software innovators make the lives of hiring professionals much easier.
JobDiva provides an ATS (Applicant Tracking System) and a suite of related solutions.
If you aren’t sure what an ATS is, essentially it’s a tool that automates the entire recruitment process, capturing candidate information along the way. You can then use this information to review and manage candidates and rank them in order of relevancy.
Diya Obeid, JobDiva’s Founder and CEO, will address how to avoid pitfalls when selecting the right ATS at Staffing Industry Analysts Executive Forum North America in San Diego, CA in February. His address will take place at 10 AM on Wednesday, February 15th.
You have important work to do, and managing your recruiting firm’s tools can become a job in itself. Your staff recruiting needs are critical to your success, and you don’t have the time to fuss with onerous data management systems. That’s why JobDiva’s saas recruiting software is ideal for your human resources and staffing needs.
The staffing and recruitment industry is going from strength to strength. With a projected annual growth of 4%, and predicted revenue of $145 billion in 2017, it’s clear that more and more businesses are outsourcing their hiring and recruitment needs. That’s no surprise – The hiring economy is changing. Embedded HR departments have to adapt fast to keep up, or outsource their hiring needs to experts.
Updated, July 2019: Since we initially published this post, it has become clear that recruiting professionals are seeking automation for tasks such as sourcing, candidate care and job posting. This is evidenced in Staffing Industry Analysts’ (SIA) recently published “North America Internal Staff Survey 2019,” in which recruiting and hiring professionals provided a “wishlist,” via survey, for task automation. Clearly, organizations which procure the software which automates for these tasks will win the future.
JobDiva provides such a product—the leading platform on the planet for Talent Acquisition innovators, leaders and thought leaders.
Read on to learn more about Global Talent Management in today’s world.
Updated, July 2019: Since we initially published this post, digitalization has become a bigger and bigger factor in recruiter and hiring organization power.
We recommend that organizations interested in digitalization seek technology that prioritizes recruiter success and effectiveness. Simply digitizing is not enough. Many organizations digitize. They are still hobbled by poor use of the data they’ve acquired. Digital technology must be built to help you innovate. Innovation means using data in smart, efficient ways.
In other words, digital alone is insufficient. You need technology that makes sense of the data that the digital age provides. As evidenced by JobDiva’s recent awards—such as being named a FrontRunner by Software Advice for the second consecutive year—JobDiva is exactly that technology.
Recruiter success will be an important factor going forward in 2019. Data is useful. But how does your technology help you use it?