Over the last few years, there seems to have been an explosion in recruitment technology (RecTech) – with an app for almost everything. Will 2020 be the year when the robots take over and replace recruiters? We all know that the answer is no. Recruitment technology is there to enhance business processes and free up recruiters’ time. It should give recruiters more time for activities that need the human touch, such as connecting with candidates and winning new clients.
Legislative changes, combined with skilled workforce shortages, mean that the candidate is now firmly in the driving seat in the world’s largest staffing markets – the US, Japan and the UK. While there is now greater access to candidate data, legislation requires recruiters to engage candidates to communicate with them and hold their details.
This might seem straightforward when dealing with active candidates, but when a large section of the target audience is made up of passive job seekers, recruiters need new ways to find and engage these candidates. There has been a strong response from the RecTech market, with an array of new solutions promising to help recruiters in this new and changing landscape.
That being said, with so many technology options to choose from, it can be bewildering. How do you know which technology is right for your business now and as it evolves?
Our latest briefing paper aims to help you navigate this maze of options by taking a look at:
- the growth projections for the recruitment market
- the history of RecTech and where it is heading
- the evolution of niche solutions
- how to evaluate the RecTech options available
- what to look out for in new technology solutions.
Download our briefing paper to learn how to navigate the recruitment technology market and find the best options for your business.