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.
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.
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.
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.
Making Your ATS Work For You
In the blink of an eye we went from a candidate driven market to an employer driven market. Many staffing firms feel the pressure of being forced to "do more with less" - whether it's reduced headcount from furloughs, strapped budgets, and increased demand from candidates. Plus a labor market in flux, shifting demand from industries -- it's a lot to take in. Firms need to keep costs low, drive placements, maintain productivity, invest in new client development, maintain business agility, and still keep that high quality engagement across the candidate lifecycle.