Great news—you’ve started your search for talent for your newest job openings, but what if you could capture the attention of candidates you may not even know of?
Attracting a large pool of applicants for a particular job listing is a great start. As a recruiter, you have the opportunity to meet with many talented individuals to ensure the candidate you end up selecting is the best fit for the job. However, this also means having to repeat the screening process, over and over again.
You're on a lucky streak this week! You found a handful of top tier candidates who are all qualified and ready to move onto the next steps of the hiring process—and you're excited to speak with them! But what about all the other applicants who have yet to schedule a short phone screening with you? Or the other hundreds of resumes waiting to be reviewed?
High-volume recruiting may be overwhelming, stressful, and mundane. Reviewing thousands of resumes and waiting on interview confirmations can be discouraging, especially when you’re on the search for top candidates to fill your open roles. This hurdle is even more so daunting when you’re in the midst of a pandemic, making in-person interviews impossible.
81% of Americans own a smartphone.
That says a lot!
Smartphones provide us with so much communication, utility, and entertainment that it’s almost second nature to use them for other important tasks in life—like searching for jobs.
As 2020 comes to a close and the new year is approaching, you might be evaluating the recruiting space and your recruiting strategies more than ever.