Historically, software automation was all about driving efficiency to reduce costs. However, today’s evolving business climate requires automation that transcends productivity gains and cost efficiency. For organizations undergoing HR transformations, legacy recruiting automation does not support the marketing-based practices of modern talent acquisition. Neither does it enable digital service delivery and agility in a context where needs change rapidly.
In this e-book, we cover how to implement recruiting automation that goes beyond cost reduction and supports agility and innovation as well. We’ll show you the areas where automation can have the most significant impact and provide best practices to incorporate emerging technologies alongside automation to gain a competitive advantage. With these insights, you’ll understand the role of automation as a critical skill for HR, especially when paired with a continuous optimization mindset.
“When we went live with Avature, we had over 60 recruiters and administrative staff. Through attrition and transfers to other teams, our recruiting team sits at 30 while we are hiring virtually the same number of employees each year, and at times more. Through automation in Avature, we’ve been able to make sure our staff are doing impactful work instead of just clicking buttons.”
Jeff Sonntag and Maria Szychlinski
Recruiter and Avature Team Lead at Epic
Recruiting and Onboarding Lead at Epic