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Recruiters, here’s how you boost your productivity!

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There are a number of tutorials and blogs out there giving advice on increasing recruiters’ productivity levels. However, the majority of them come from a management perspective and are missing some concrete advice on how you as a recruiter or a hiring manager can leverage on the software solution you might already be using to maximize your performance!

Therefore, I’ve been inspired to write an article that will help you start making faster and more effective hiring decisions today by making smart use of your recruitment software to help you meet the needs of the market.

For recruiters to be more productive, it doesn’t mean you have to get faster at hiring, but to also be able to create high quality and meaningful work. Creating and nurturing relationships with existing and potential candidates or having a good understanding of every candidate, is what makes you more productive.

Here are the top 4 productivity boosters for recruiters:

1: Onboarding

Good onboarding experience gets recruiters up to speed with all software tools they will be using in their work, which improves productivity.

2: Motivation

Providing reports with clear representation of one’s performance in comparison to others and different time periods, increases drive and productivity.

3: Implementing ATS

Sourcing, tracking, converting and engaging with candidates within one software saves time and increases productivity.

4: A Powerful AI

AI technology learns patterns of your search and the way in which you use your database – making the recruitment process highly efficient.

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