The landscape of human resources and staffing is undergoing a tremendous transformation in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. And it is especially important now to keep up with new tech, updates from other industries and businesses, and exchange ideas with peers. Staffing and HR conferences are an excellent way to do this.
Given the challenges and urgencies posed by COVID-19, it has never been more important to get high-volume recruiting right. Fortunately, technology has evolved to provide the right tools needed to make recruiting more efficient and effective.
When the pandemic swept across the world last year, there was no rulebook for organizations to play by. But we rallied and began to adapt to the new rules. We sent out safety primers to our employees. Installed video conferencing software and moved our meetings online. Hosted Mafia parties on Friday evenings.
You have done your research and you are convinced about the many benefits of automating your organization’s recruitment processes. How do you get the buy-in of your leadership team? Here is a step-by-step approach.
Recruitment marketers are only as strong as the data they have at their fingertips. But so often that data is stale, incomplete, or inaccurate, leading to frustrating inefficiencies and high costs of talent acquisition. We commonly hear from our clients that their marketing teams don’t have the candidate data they need to be successful, but that updating their full database is a project that’s simply too big and too time-consuming.
With growing unemployment rates and millions of people on the hunt for a job, technology has never been more important in helping your recruiters rise to the occasion. Today’s most sophisticated staffing firms are going beyond triggered emails and SMS integration to provide a seamless, polished experience throughout the talent lifecycle. If you want to foster better candidate relationships and max out your return on investment, your next superpower might be a conversational AI assistant — also known as a chatbot.
As of August 2020, there are nearly 30 million Americans receiving some form of unemployment insurance. While that number certainly signifies opportunity and talent access for staffing firms, it also sheds light on something that’s underrated yet extremely important.
You’ve probably interacted with a chatbot at some point or another. And maybe you’ve interacted with a conversational assistant. The terms “chatbot” and “conversational assistant” are often used interchangeably (honestly, even here on the Sense blog), but in all truth they’re actually quite different.
As the parent company to three unique staffing brands, Advanced Group fills a wide range of roles from finance to healthcare to creative services. With smart tech at the forefront of their engagement strategy, the firm has been using texting as an important component of their communication plan for years.
Earlier this month, our friends at Avionte held their annual CONNECT conference, and like all events these days, it was entirely virtual. And truthfully, they nailed it. We were proud to be Platinum Sponsors of this event, and were excited to see what happened with their all online agenda.With a compelling agenda filled with everything from thought leadership presentations to user-centric help sessions, virtual ‘booths’ that attendees visited live to chat with partners, and fun virtual activities like scavenger hunts and video competitions, CONNECT really had it all.