Amid the ongoing pandemic, human resource leaders appear in the center of a company’s rapid response to the crisis. In most cases, it turned out that traditional HR practices required modernization and improvements.
Companies fight tooth and nail for the best applicants. Most of them employ applicant tracking software to improve the hiring process. So if you want to choose the best ATS for your business, read our guide on Applicant Tracking System functional requirements, common issues, and their solutions.
With the pace of living and overall digitalization of business workflows, the recruiting process is no longer as simple as just posting an ad for job vacancies. It requires robust HR tech to make it work in the best possible way.
Recruitment software, also known as an applicant tracking system (ATS), helps companies run all recruiting processes more effectively. Its efficiency is proven by 98.8% of Fortune 500 companies and other organizations that use ATS to help with almost all the hiring needs one can imagine.
Recruiting is no longer about filling vacant positions, it is about improving business performance by attracting the best people. Most companies admit that attracting quality staff today is even more important than the company’s capital or strategy.
Automation is a significant step for each business. An epidemic digitalization of workflows, including human resource processes, brings both hope and fear, enthusiasm and caution. In this article, we are going to clear all the blind spots and determine what process is more or less suitable for HR automation and why.