Recruitment leaders! We know that recruitment is a time and numbers game.
Your recruiters are spending 1/3 of their time sourcing candidates for a single role, they are checking their emails 36 times per hour, and you’re spending more and more money on recruitment tech, just to stay the same…
You need your recruitment technology to be automated, to take some of the heavy lifting, and free up your recruiters so they have time to bill!
Recruitment Technology and the Death of the Recruiter?
The recruitment leaders we work with are concerned that that expensive CRM is not delivering ROI, and they need to boost this with even more tech!
With the distraction of GDPR and Brexit stalling our growth, and the threat of AI taking over recruitment, we need to really focus on delivering profitable and future-proof recruitment businesses. Relationships, phone calls and face time have never been so important, and inbound sales should be a key strategy for next year.
After all, you tell us every year that more phone time is needed!
You need time to call more clients and place more candidates
You (and your recruiters) are constantly being interrupted (56 times a day, in fact!)
You want effective automations that give you back the time you desperately need
You’re concerned by the rise of the machines and how AI will disrupt your business
In this recruitment webinar, we talked about:
What you can do NOW without spending any more money on NEW Recruitment Software
How you can analyse what’s stopping Recruiters being effective, or what’s stopping a great Candidate, and Client, and not forgetting, Recruiter experience.
How to figure out if your recruiters are doing the basics well.
How you get a CRMFirst mindset in your business.
Watch the recruitment technology webinar here
We'd love to talk to you about your sales, marketing and recruitment productivity strategy.
HIIT Us, Recruiters!
Our high intensity interval training - Recruitment HIIT - helps recruiters source, convert quicker, and develop healthy pipelines, and recruitment marketers attract, engage, and retain candidates, generate leads, and colleagues (3Cs).