Toolset used by the IT Recruiters

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A panelist in a recent conference said that IT recruiters are overwhelmed by the number of software tools that they are required to use. They have to perform many tasks even after sourcing the required resumes . An earlier post covered various sources from where they source the talent.

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Sourcing Patterns – Current and Evolving

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“ I don’t really search for a job. All I do is to update my profile on Naukri and I wait for the calls – and believe me , I get more calls than I need” – A Developer with 4 years experience.

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Is Automation Eating Jobs or Creating New Ones

 

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-based on Atul Jadhav’s views in a tweetchat hosted by Rezoomex

Historically technology has always created new jobs by automating repetitive/mundane work with predictable expected results. Human brains evolve as they learn new skills to solve challenging problems. This leads to the creation of new job types which are more evolved yet challenging. e.g. Delivery by drones may take up delivery jobs however this automation itself opens up a number of specialised jobs with higher expertise. E.g. GIS experts, geospatial data analyst/scientist, algorithm designer/ developers, control centre operators, security experts etc.

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Measuring and Improving Software Recruiters’ Performance

tech_hiring_blog_oct2106Every thought leader after Deming has extolled the virtue of measuring whatever we need to improve. I recently read this article  – it suggests seven metrics to measure a recruiter’s performance. Many more articles and suggestions for building performance scorecards are published. We need some simple metrics that could be quickly ascertained without investing in specialized software etc. Continue reading “Measuring and Improving Software Recruiters’ Performance”