Automation can improve the talent acquisition user experience, however, not all candidates and hiring managers have ready access to all elements of the technology ecosystem. Rural and remote candidates often have limited or outdated internet connectivity and rely on paper-based resumes. In addition, many employees and hiring managers do not have work provided email accounts or devices. These challenges provided an opportunity to revisit work processes and explore options designed to incentivise user adoption.
Cameco Corporation has examined and addressed a series of the issues facing rural and remote candidates and hiring managers. This session will explore some of the innovative ways a mining company employing 50% of their operational workforce in a remote area was able to successful balance automation and the user experience with the implementation of recruitment management.
You will learn:
- Converting all employees over to an automating application process. This includes both union and non-union employees.
- Supporting local communities with education and training on a revised candidate process
- Working with local communities to increase awareness of employment qualifications and requirements