With the world approaching the post-Covid pandemic phase, the landscape of talent acquisition processes is also evolving. While the world may revert back to original socio-cultural practices, organizations and companies will never assume the past workplace culture. The reason is that the pandemic also proved to be a blessing in disguise for many among us.
You’ve chosen a recruiting platform that fits your company’s demands and meets your functional requirements. But there’s one more area to investigate before committing to a solution: implementation. Even if the software is of good quality, a poor implementation might lead to poor adoption. Onboarding customers and sustaining the vendor-customer connection after the transaction are
Top recruiting trends keep evolving but if recruiters fail to adapt to new trends. Then there can be nothing more disappointing to an HR professional than recruiting and onboarding the “perfect hire” only come to realization that the applicant was not a good fit after all. Exasperation apart, recruiting the wrong applicant is expensive for the companies.
When it comes to top applicant recruiting systems on the market today, RecruitBPM’s name is up there. According to the G2 Crowd’s Momentum Report, RecruitBPM ranks at #18 in momentum. Moreover, RecruitBPM’s rapid enhancements and continuous upgrades has led the brand from top 100 to top 20 ATS among the market leaders. What Applicant Recruiting Systems
Demand for the best resources and higher skills raises a talent war among organizations. Last year hiring landscape was incredibly competitive. There was a shortage of IT talent and sky-rocketing salaries for in-demand roles. Those trends are likely to continue into 2018 as recruiters continue to adapt to the high-demand, low supply hiring landscape. What
Progressive and flexible companies are always on the lookout for factors that help them stay ahead of their competition. Be it in the field of marketing, production, technology or the company’s own workforce. Recruiting software trends in 2021 Heading into 2017, many companies are expecting hiring volumes to increase considerably – which means they need