Recruiting Automation

recruiting automation

Recruiting automation – technology at its finest

With the addition of advanced technologies like machine learning, advanced programming, and distributed data analytics, recruiters are ready to broadcast job openings to more places. We see the development of technologies that allows us to provide a platform for candidates to engage with companies and their recruiting processes.

That’s why it’s important for recruiting professionals to adopt cutting edge technology so that they won’t have to resort to outdated technology when learning how to use it.

Technology will play a larger role in our companies hiring process this year, and here a few reasons why:
Since last year, passive recruiting became the top priority source in every hiring organization (35% up compared to last year). In fact, to save time, over 42% of recruiters are turning to intelligent tools that process all data info for them and the other 46% don’t have enough data to make smarter decisions in their hiring process.
On average, recruiters can actively source for 64% of the open roles in their organization. Hence, why we see companies seek out additional recruiters to help out with that growing number of unfilled/hard to fill positions. For smaller businesses, recruiters are currently seeking candidates with more experience and with a greater level of skill than their average employee. However, 20% are actively sourcing for all open roles in their organization.

The preferred outreach method

Since 2018, emails continue to be the preferred method to reach out to candidates (up to 38%, followed by phone/text 33%) and LinkedIn inMails (13%) had a significant decrease since last year.

Your employer brand is influenced by diversity in the workplace, which is not only a value but a core factor that positively contributes to the quality of work if proper attention is given to it. The number of opportunities for hiring talent is growing with a staggering 80% of new hires done to improve diversity in the workplace. But even more compelling, a growing number of organizations are also leveraging hiring automation, finding solutions to the hiring pipeline needs for diversity, inclusion and equity training (AOC), and the integration of workforce management (WFM).

Where is recruiting automation most useful?

In order to stay competitive, recruiters must dedicate an increasing amount of their day to sourcing. This year, 22% of talent organizations will increase their spend in recruiting automation tools (up 30% YoY), creating better and more relevant results.
To ensure there’s a fit between jobs and candidates, recruiters need to understand how automation works, why it will impact their jobs and how to adapt to the changing landscape of data collection and decision-making processes. As for some job seekers, automation is a straight path to a less-stressful process after using grueling application processes and assessments. For others, automation for long-term planning means a fresh start.

Talk to SourceMatch to find out how we leverage technology to make your recruiting process better, faster and easier!

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