How do you bridge the world of resumes, applications, fax machines, email, Excel spreadsheets, ATS and CRMS? You need to get surprisingly human. Tweet this
Working in human resources can be difficult. Everybody wants a piece of your time. You spend all day in meetings. When you have five minutes, you read resumes and schedule interviews.
Just when you feel on top of your calendar, and all of your open requisitions are filled, someone calls and complains about the lack of personalization in your hiring process.
You have one opening and 600 resumes to read. There are so many pitfalls. Who has time for strategy when the tactical needs of the organization are so pressing?
Technology and the Candidate Experience
CareerBuilder recently published a report called How Candidate Experience is Transforming HR Technology. The findings are pretty clear: