Big Data is informing decisions across all levels of the firm - where to allocate resources, what territory is declining/growing the fastest, which marketing initiatives are driving the best results? But what is Big Data doing for Human Resources today? Smart firms know that analytics in recruiting gives a double benefit. Firms can make better decisions on candidates while leaders can track the efficiencies of individual recruiters with the same data.
Talent acquisition teams need tools that help improve the entire recruiting process. Imagine being able to find out in real time where candidates are dropping out of the recruiting process, being able to quickly determine how shallow or deep the talent pools are, or to know, in the moment, which sourcing avenues are driving the best results. This webcast explores the role analytics can play in driving verifiable business results for HR answering questions like:
How can analytics improve candidate engagement?
Why is it important to examine the complete set of data from first visit to senior leader?
How does the firm transform Big Data into “Meaningful Data”?
What exactly does “Mobile” mean? Chris Cho, Senior Vice President of Product at Jibe, joins HCI for a chat to share his answer and what sets the different mobile solutions apart from each other, like a consumer grade ...
With HCI’s annual Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference set to get underway this week, I’ve got candidate experience on my mind even more so than usual. I know it will be a big topic throughout the conference, not just on the panel that Jibe is hosting, and I can’t wait to hear from some of the industry’s best and most innovative thought leaders on the subject.
January 28, 2014 | Alex Hunsucker, Director of Product for Jibe | HCI
Today’s talent acquisition landscape is packed with an array of shiny new technology solutions, which is all well and good and very exciting. But at the same time, it can be absolutely confounding. Recruiting technology – while designed to make life easier – can actually make things more difficult. In a recent survey of corporate recruiters from Kelton Research, commissioned by Jibe, respondents reported the following thoughts with regard to their current technology: