The most competitive businesses adopt automated and data-driven recruiting technology.
LONDON & NEW YORK, 18 MARCH 2020: Talent acquisition leaders are once again at the dawn of a game changer, known as Recruiting Enablement, which is transforming the hiring experience to make it more effective, efficient, and relevant, as outlined in a new paper from talent acquisition technology pioneer Oleeo.
Recruiting Enablement: Leveraging Data and Automation to Achieve Great, Diverse Hires details how recruiting leaders can address pressing talent acquisition challenges by adopting new tools and strategies that expand diverse talent pools, enable tailored employer value propositions, improve decision making, mitigate bias, and speed up the alignment of recruiting with the desired business outcomes regardless of strategy, complexity and volume.
As a practice, Recruiting Enablement encompasses the processes, content, and technology that empower talent acquisition teams to recruit both efficiently and effectively at high volumes and high velocity. This is enabled by Recruiting Enablement technology, such as that provided by Oleeo, which drives automated and data-driven recruiting, and empowers recruiters to support diverse and inclusive strategies at high volumes and through multiple configurable workflows.
Charles Hipps, CEO and Founder of Oleeo, explains: “Too often the focus of recruiting is on filling vacancies and ignores the ultimate goal, which is to make the best possible hires. Recruiting Enablement removes the need to choose between speed and quality, and helps recruiting become a strategic, evidence-led function where data-driven automation and decision making is proven to result in great diverse hires.”
Recruiting Enablement Platforms include the following characteristics:
Hipps concludes:”With intelligent automation, configurable workflows and data-driven recommendations, Recruiting Enablement is poised to help recruiters and the businesses they serve achieve a recruiter experience that does what recruitment marketing has done for the candidate’s experience: make it more effective, more efficient, more relevant and, most importantly, more human again.”