By Josh Tolan
Updating your recruitment strategy so it’s proactive rather than reactive can put you ahead of the competition and allow you to scoop up the best people. Instead of dreaming up solutions when recruiting problems arise, anticipate some of the challenges you’re likely to face:
Challenge No. 1: Optimizing mobile recruiting
Nine out of 10 U.S. citizens have their cellphones within reach at all times, according to a Morgan Stanley poll. Some of us interact with our cellphones more than we do with our friends, family and co-workers. And this might come as a surprise: About a quarter of Internet users access the web solely through their mobile devices.
These facts should convince you that you can’t ignore mobile recruiting. The challenge is how best to optimize your mobile recruiting strategy to bring in the best candidates.
Keep in mind that the job candidate’s experience of surfing career pages and applying for posi...(register to read more)
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