This whitepaper outlines the benefits associated with implementing recruitment technology and how to secure internal investment to implement the technology, or in fact to upgrade a system you might already have in place.
How will this whitepaper help you build a business case for recruitment software?
Why CEOs believe change is needed in recruitment functions According to a PWC report, 93% of CEOs believe that their own organisation’s recruitment function needs a fundamental overhaul. The key question is, ‘why’?
The four core elements in measuring Return on Investment If you're determining whether to use Applicant Tracking Software - and which one to select - your ultimate decision will be based on a range of qualitative and quantitative factors and not one single feature. Here's our advice on how to quantify your ROI.
The factors to consider when selecting recruitment technology Tips on building your list of requirements for an ATS - from understanding your recruitment needs, required integrations, security of the platform and more. We've got it covered here.
A checklist of characteristics and the benefits and goals that can be achieved with recruitment software Our list of recruitment characteristics - and what they'd be like to manage with and without recruitment software, including the quantifiable benefits of each.
Written in collaboration with John Cridland, an independent consultant and project manager, John specialises in all aspects of resourcing having worked for a range of blue–chip organisations in sectors as broad as financial services, housing associations and online retail. He has led the design and project management of resourcing transformation projects including the implementation of applicant tracking systems.