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Why Inefficient Hiring is Holding You Back

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In 2006, Indeed.com announced that it was debuting the first pay-per-click job recruiting program that allowed employers to create targeted ads to reach very specific types of candidates. The initial draw of these programs is that they were designed to make online recruiting more efficient. Over the years, pay-per-click recruiting advertising has proven to be just one more inefficiency in the recruiting process that is holding companies back and preventing the right candidates from being found.

According to Jobaline.com, too many companies hold onto inefficient recruiting practices because they lack the ability to get away from what they know. At 50 cents per click, it could cost a company upwards of $500 just to hire one good candidate using pay-per-click ads, and that is just not an efficient way to look for help. With technology on their side, companies need to hunt down their own recruiting inefficiencies and correct them to save money, and improve the quality of the candidates they hire.

SOURCE: realmatch.com

 

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During Nathan’s early career, he gained considerable experience from across many industries including Sales, Teaching and Retail, however more recently Nathan has delved into the world Digital Marketing and Publishing. Drawing on his past experiences, Nathan brings all aspects of his knowledge into Recruitment Buzz, possessing great research and social media skills.

Born and bred in Wales, Nathan is as Welsh as they come – living in the heart of the Valleys, Nathan proudly takes place as our resident Welsh speaker. However, Nathan’s knowledge of global understanding exceeds the Welsh borders, having lived in London, parts of the US and Ecuador.

Nathan is a self-proclaimed geek, having gained a degree in Natural Science via the Open University in Wales. In addition to his passion for science, he has a love for technology, nature, art and of course football!

 

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