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Is Technology Replacing Recruiters?

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I love technology. I enjoy nothing more than trying out the latest app or discovering something new I can do with my programs that will positively impact my work (and make me look like the genius who came up with the original idea).

Having said all this, my experience of working in the recruitment market has taught me that not one piece of technology can replace the people that make recruitment work!

New fandangled things
Recently the Tinder style recruitment apps have been catching my eye, where you swipe left or right to like or dislike a candidate or a job – matching people and putting them in touch. I had to give them a go… much to my dissatisfaction. Just like Tinder there is a limited amount of information and you make your judgement quickly, based on the small amount of details made available to you. These types of apps may affect the market… but will they replace recruiters? NO!

Bored of job boards and already LinkedIn
There is no question that digital platforms have massively changed the way in which we recruit. But job boards and LinkedIn have created a generation of lazy recruiters. They rely too heavily on waiting for someone to pop up online rather than actively going out and actively perusing them. Our Managing Director, Iain McCracken wrote a blog all about this… click here to see it.

SOURCE: recruitingblogs.com

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Chris is a digital marketing and publishing whizz by trade, having worked alongside the Automotive, Information Security and Software Asset Management sectors.

Specialising in data analysis and social media, he combines an analytical approach with a creative flair to achieve the best results. With a keen interest in Technology and Politics, Chris is constantly on the look-out for the latest stories around change and innovation.

As a lover of all things innovative, he has developed a keen eye for spotting the latest trends and hot topics. He sources and reads the latest news and thought-leadership articles from the world of recruitment before sharing them with the social media population.

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