Your hiring manager hands you a vague job description, and it’s up to you to deliver a pipeline filled with top-notch talent. You find a great-fit candidate, but the timing is off. Desperate to find another candidate just as fitting, you begin your search again.
Earlier this year we published Recruiting Automation for Dummies, a beginner’s guide to the emerging space of recruiting automation. Hitting the shelves today, our latest eBook The Definitive Guide to Recruiting Automation goes one step further by providing hands-on exercises to get your recruiting automation strategy up and running in no time.
"At the end of the day, AI makes every decision we make more informative."
We took a brief hiatus from Hiring on All Cylinders: Recruiting Automation Summit Edition, but now we’re back – and this time our host Sean Simerly is catching up with Stanford Professor Mohsen Bayati. The topic of conversation? Unforeseen costs of Artificial Intelligence.
Atlassian is guided by the belief that great products are a direct result of diversity; this principle informs the vision and direction of the company everyday. For the Atlassian talent team, that means approaching their entire recruiting process–from sourcing all the way to closing a candidate– through a diverse lens.
It’s no secret that technical talent is in high-demand. In 2018, unemployment for software engineers weighed in at about 1.6%, significantly lower than the national average of ~4%. With the demand for technical talent far exceeding the supply, recruiters are spending a large part of their day sifting through online profiles and reaching out to passive candidates with a discouraging return rate.
Every year, Entelo surveys thousands of Talent Acquisition professionals to uncover the leading trends in recruiting technologies, best practices, and initiatives. And each year, the data that we collect reveals how rapidly the industry evolves, even in the span of 12 months.