10 Things Recruiters Can Do With Big Data Right Now!

For any recruiters out there who think Big Data is just the latest buzzword on the recruitment street – this is what we do NOW!  Over the coming months we will be introducing a series of articles around the subject, bringing simplicity to complexity to create understanding.

1     Mapping the density of passive and active candidates who precisely match your job description within a geographical radius of any UK postcode.

2    Ranking the relevancy of every candidate across their entire social media footprint including Facebook, Twitter, blogs, forums, research papers, etc, (not just what they post on LinkedIn).

3    Using this evidence to discuss hiring difficulty with the line manager and jointly plan the best sourcing campaign whilst predicting how much each applicant will cost.

4    Launching your own ‘Virtual Headhunt’ for those who have specific industry experience, have worked for your competitors or have particular transferrable skills.

5    Crafting a personalised email for each candidate, customising the attraction message, employer branding and applicant channel.

6    Getting passive applicants within hours whilst only pulling in the workload you can handle.

7    Getting support from a team of human experts backed by artificial intelligence, continually tuning the search & attraction to get the most from each campaign.

8    Retaining ownership of every applicant in a talent pool and nurturing this community for future sourcing.

9    Surveying candidates to continually improve their experience and avoid turning off high performing passive applicants.

10  Doing all this without a backlog of irrelevant CVs, hefty agency fees or laborious social sourcing.

Welcome to the reality of what Big Data Talent Attraction can do for you. Only from JobsTheWord, VERY proud to be #2 in The Times ‘Disruptive Digital Startups’

You can discover more about how JobsTheWord use Big Data technology for discovering candidates for clients here

Mike Sandiford
Head of Partnerships
0207 193 9931

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