Here is a great example of a Jobfeed recruitment automation saving you real time on your placements.
Nearly half of all recruiters say that speed is their number one priority. Getting good results, quickly, is an inseparable part of remaining competitive.
Jobfeed will change the way you approach recruiting, because it allows you to operate faster than ever, while improving your accuracy and your customer care.
Below, we have created a workflow to demonstrate how Jobfeed works.
In this example, you are a recruiter who uses Jobfeed on a daily basis, to hit your business development KPIs. Jobfeed helps you to win new clients faster.
But your powerful lead generation tool can also assist you in lightening your workload, and boosting your candidate experience, too. Here’s how:
For this example, let’s say that you specialise in high level logistics, and supply chain placements. You perform daily searches on Jobfeed for “logistics” jobs. On an average day, this nets you 18,000 leads to work through.
Of course, not all of these applicable. You specialise in high level placements. You have found that simply by inputting the additional search query “planning”, you can fine-tune the relevance of your search. From 18,000 open vacancies, you now have a little under 4,0000. And you know that each one is entirely relevant to the candidates on your database.
However, you are hitting a problem. In the last few weeks, a particularly large employer has begun listing entry-level warehousing and driver roles within the logistics search term. Your previous saved search is being flooded with roles that are not suitable for your candidates. What do you do?
With Jobfeed, it is easy. You create an exclude rule that automatically removes all jobs listed by said employer from your search results. No more time spent picking through the irrelevant roles!
And you save time because you only input these values once. Jobfeed does the rest. But it is a valuable lesson in how human knowledge and expertise is an irreplaceable part of the recruitment process. Some things – like professional experience and intuition – will never be replaced by automations.