As a HR and recruitment professional, your role is to attract, engage, manage and onboard the highest quality of talent. However, we all know the process is a lot more complex than that. With the challenge of sourcing skilled and qualified talent, alongside small internal recruitment teams and vast volumes of applications for sifting, you face numerous barriers to attracting and retaining the very best talent. But what if technology and wider digital transformation could make it easier?
Although every business is different, there are common overarching ambitions from building a tailored talent pool, to greater cost and time efficiencies. A robust and intuitive applicant tracking software has the power to revolutionise your recruitment process, with over 94% of recruiters stating that software positively impacts their recruitment outcomes. However, in order to implement this level of change within your business, you need to do your research, cultivate a plan and possibly even draft a business case.
Join us, alongside IHR and our fantastic client Gemma Kopel-Doree, HR Manager – Talent at Estuary Housing to explore how you can transform your recruitment through the implementation and application of innovative technology on Tuesday 24th August at 10am. This informative session will cover what to consider when implementing new recruitment technology, how to launch a digital transformation program remotely, designing a system fit for your needs and managing company-wide tech adoption.
Gemma has worked in recruitment and HR for her entire career and has led on large scale projects across people strategy and digital transformation in her 10 years at Estuary Housing. In this webinar, Gemma will be sharing her experience of moving from a transactional HR function to a transformation team, through implementing the networx ATS and revolutionising their recruitment processes.
Gemma comments, “We are excited to be joining IHR and networx for this webinar to share some of the insights and my top tips for transforming your recruitment process. The whole process has been such a valuable learning experience for us, from making the initial business case to your Executive Team, through to build, implementation and go-live. I’m looking forward to sharing our journey.”
If you need any further support in discussing your digital transformation with recruitment technology, get in touch to see how we can help.Back to blog page