Have been in Recruitment in using superior technology for 15 years and am a true believer within the recruitment procedure. It has led me to make it a mission to stay informed of what tools are being developed and made front. Have therefore conducted extensive and continuous research and have been involved in creating software and tools. This brings me to an Topic that has come up again and again with recruiters that are many during my study and discussions, I’m sure all recruiters have discussed this with enthusiasm and in length at any point. The replacement of the recruitment and recruiters process by tech. have heard from some Recruiters, clients in addition to that some believe our days are numbered, as engineering, for example job portals boards and developed will replace us.
These are my ideas and findings on this issue: Technology is Wonderful. An excellent resource for Recruiters and ought to be embraced with open arms. Many recruiters are fearful of technology; they would still prefer to work with flip cards and state that anybody using technology is not a real Recruiter. Ignore technology and Actual Recruiter or not your company is doomed, it would not progress far into the future as a viable entity. You will be replaced Technology Is not a Replacement for recruiters but a tool to help us, make us more effective, give reach to us, make us more competitive. We should in fact welcome it as numerous different businesses and professions do. How many accounting packages are out there that could and oftentimes do replace accountants in certain factors, yet the demand for accountants remain large.
Are we so insecure about our industry? Aware that is that we are necessary, in fact although recruiters and the recruitment industry have taken a battering over a lengthy period. We are constantly – though some people like to tell us. have had customers try Their own portal / online database, only to realize how hard the recruitment function really is, largely their own portals only bring more work and less recruitment success, as they get heaps of answers, many whom they could not use, but they still must manage. They generally return for help, even if it is with their own portal site as another tool. Recruiters should be Getting in first, begin using the technology available, use this knowledge to your benefit then become recruiting technology specialists, sell your customers your understanding of recruiting technology tools, make it an extra benefit to your customers.