Sourcing potential candidates via social media is an excellent strategy, especially with people using an average of five or more social media platforms. LinkedIn
is the most common social media platform recruiters turn to in order to find talent and it is an excellent place to start. However, if people are using more than five social networks, surely there’s room to branch out?
The rise of the smartphone and an increase in internet penetration has transformed talent to a digitally savvy workforce. The mobile phone is gaining popularity as the go-to medium not only to receive candidate applications but to engage talent throughout the recruitment life-cycle including job search, compliance, communications and social media interactions.
Vendor selection is more challenging than ever due to the proliferation of
software-as-a-service model, have significantly lowered the barriers to entry for both vendors and employers.
Companies have also begun to realize that beyond boosting productivity and engagement, remote work options also allow them to tap into wider talent pools. The shift toward a more remote workforce is also spurring changes in the software HR professionals
The impact of new communication platforms is felt particularly in the realm of human resources (HR), where they have reshaped virtually every aspect of the