- Posted by Vidcruiter
- On February 6, 2015
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There is no denying the fact that we are in the middle of a mobile revolution. More people than ever before are spending time on their smartphone and/or tablet. As a result, fewer people are sitting in front of a traditional desktop or notebook computer.
From an HR perspective, this could impact your company in a variety of ways. Is your recruitment and hiring system mobile friendly? Are many of your applicants using a smartphone or tablet to find and apply for open positions?
At VidCruiter, we understand the importance of mobile recruiting. Here is how we make this easier.
We provide you with a unique QR code for each open position. This allows you to advertise your job posting in many ways, while giving potential applicants the ability to gain access to the appropriate information.
By offering flexible options, you can be rest assured that a larger talent pool will have access to all career opportunities. Subsequently, your chance of making the right hire goes through the roof.
Mobile Recruiting Benefits
Go back in time, before smartphones were all the rage, and many people fought against the change. Now, everywhere you look somebody is using a mobile device.
The same holds true for mobile recruiting. It may be in its infancy, but things are picking up in a hurry. In addition to the ability to use a QR code to advertise openings, consider these benefits:
- Applicants can find and apply for positions from anywhere in the world, even if they don’t have access to a computer.
- The recruitment team can rate and approve applicants from their mobile device. This makes it easier to keep the process moving forward, even when you are not in the office.
Still not sure if this is a big deal? Consider these stats compiled by the professional networking site, LinkedIn:
- 72 percent of active candidates say they have used a mobile device to visit a company’s career page.
- 45 percent of active candidates say they have used a mobile device to apply for a job.
- 43 percent of active candidates say they have used a mobile device to upload their resume to a job app.
Is your company ready to give mobile recruitment a try? If so, this could benefit your organization as well as each and every applicant.