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[Stats] Mobile Recruitment: How to Get it Right

Recruiting methods don’t matter if you are a small or big business or a huge corporation, but if you have not gone mobile recruitment methods, you are definitely way behind in the candidate’s line of a prospective employer. The trend has already started - a considerable portion of the talent comes to your company via a mobile recruiting experience. Candidates access your career website on mobile, apply on mobile, and communicate with your recruiters & hiring managers on mobile. Start using smartphone for hiring & engagement. This opens up a huge opportunity to attract and engage the right talent. So, if your company doesn’t have one, you should be writing an email to the manager suggesting your company employ a mobile strategy for talent engagement and acquisition.

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How Mobile Recruitment is Changing Hiring Experience

Over the last two years, the technological advancement has dramatically changed people's interaction skills, perception, and information consumption. This has a positive effect (most notably) on Mobile recruitment as job seekers apply for jobs on mobile. As a result, recruiters have to adapt and work towards capturing the attention of today’s job seekers.

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Candidate On-boarding: Recruitment Paperwork Over Mobile

Once the candidates have been selected, it is important that the credentials be thoroughly checked. With a mobile app candidates can scan documents and share it with recruiters for internal processing or sending to the background check vendors. This ensures no time has been wasted or no manual labor is put in to verify candidate claims. Once the verification comes through, it's time for on-boarding and induction.

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Mobile Hiring: Screening Candidates on Mobile

Gauging candidate competency is important, resumes alone don’t give you insights into a candidate's persona. Scheduling for direct interview can be daunting for candidates as travelling, taking leaves or cancelling on existing plans can be difficult. It will also be counter productive for the employer to invest time in meeting every candidate who has applied.

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