Upskilling is the need of the day. 67% of the L&D teams have seen an exponential rise in their L&D budgets. Furthermore, a number of organizations are now spending as much as $5000 per employee on L&D. But measuring the outcome of L&D programs still remains a challenge.
Let's face it: the recruitment lifecycle is complex. Modern recruitment professionals must ensure that they source, interview, place, and onboard the best applicants for each position. As a result, recruitment analytics tools have become an integral part of every modern recruiting strategy.
The development of digital technology has significantly changed how people work. Nowadays, an increasing number of people are opting for remote work, inferring that organizations must re-evaluate their hiring practices and turn to online hiring tools to find and recruit talent to make their hiring process more convenient.
Many recruiters believe it is more complicated than ever to find qualified candidates that fit the specific job requirements. In today's competitive job market, sourcing candidates who are also a good fit for the company has become more challenging.
Enterprise recruitment software can save you significant time and energy, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your business. They enable you to automate arduous, manual tasks that would otherwise take you hours to finish.
Choosing the right learning and development tools should be easy, but is it?
Addressing the skill gap has become a necessity for organizations. A recent World Economic Forum study claims that skills required for jobs have changed by almost 25% since 2015, and by 2027, that percentage is likely to double.