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SOLUTIONS FOR ELECTRONIC ARCHIVING AND SIGNATURES: THE TWO FORGOTTEN FEATURES OF 100% DIGITAL RECRUITMENT!
THE WORLD IS CHANGING, AS ARE HR PRACTICES!
The days of receiving job applications with carefully handwritten cover letters through the post are long behind us. Ultra-simplified applications in a few clicks (or even one click!) have grown increasingly ubiquitous. First appearing on the market around fifteen years ago, professional social networks like LinkedIn and Viadeo kickstarted the digitisation process for recruitment. Social networks have made it easier for recruiters and jobseekers to make contact through job postings and by attracting talent with content enhancing the brands of employers.
RECRUITMENT PLATFORMS ARE PROLIFERATING AND EVOLVING.
Recruitment is a major driver of competitiveness and companies simply cannot afford to approach the sector from an administrative angle. Managing applications is a considerable challenge for HR managers and requires…
DIGITISATION FOR HUMAN RESOURCES
Often at odds in the past, there can be no doubting the relevance of dematerialisation to Human Resource management today. Whether it be recruitment, training, professional social networks, video interviews, the “gamification” of training or MOOCs, digitisation offers new tools every day to breathe life into the digital dimension of companies.
Digital uptake is virtually unanimous among HR managers: according to the study HR and Digital Transformation, some 94% believe that digitisation represents an opportunity for their organisation, while 95% would say the same for their role (1).
Naturally, we have seen the widespread deployment of these new tools, thanks largely to the sharp growth in SaaS (+20% per year) and the favourable regulatory environment.
Nonetheless, a number of avenues have yet to be fully explored.