The cost of losing qualified talent during the hiring process is very high. With tech solutions for proactive communication and process optimization, you can dramatically reduce this loss.
Topics: automation, candidate experience, candidate satisfaction, candidate engagement, recruiting automation, staffing landscape, recruiting tools, HR teams, HR Tech, chatbot, AI chatbot, candidate drop off
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.
At the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, job portals saw unusually high activity after midnight. Travel nurses and healthcare workers were logging in after long, grueling shifts to look for their next assignment.
They were open for work, even actively looking, but simply did not have time during the day to pick up calls from recruiters.
This October we brought together a team of industry experts to discuss the present and future of staffing technology. Joined by Jeff Staats of TalentLaunch, Russ Danford of Matrix, and Greg Geering of PrideStaff, we examined the power of next generation automation and how it can impact key business outcomes. Check out our recap of the webinar below, or view the full recording here.
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.
We’ve been talking about texting for recruiters here on the Sense blog for awhile now. As we look for ways to not only improve communications with talent, but especially to improve responses and results, texting has quickly emerged as one of -- if not the most -- powerful ways to do just that.
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.
You’ve spent a lot of time and resources over the years to build up your candidate database. The only problem is, at any given time, most of your database sits dormant. Some may have applied and never interviewed, while others simply applied and never heard back, or even interviewed but didn’t get the job.