Hiring’s evolved. Applicant tracking was born from the processing of computers, and it will cease to exist in the hands of the modern internet user. It’s time for a new way of hiring in order to help people communicate, not track. It’s time for a delightful way to hire. SmartRecruiters CEO Jerome Ternynck and Direct Media Power Head of Recruiting Laura Voegtle will Unlock the New Way of Hiring 11 AM PST May 28.
“When I started at Direct Media Power, the first thing I had to do – before they even put my name on the desk – was set the company up for success with a modern hiring platform,” said Head of Recruiting Laura Voegtle. “And we’ve never looked back.”
Forget about the world where 90% of candidates don’t apply because the application form’s too lengthy. Forget about the world where 95% of hiring managers doesn’t use the company’s candidate management system because the technology it is too cumbersome. Forget about appli
cant tracking systems; it’s time for a humane way to hire.
Candidates are not applicants that need to be tracked. They are people interested in working with you. #ATSFail
— Jerome Ternynck (@jerometernynck) May 1, 2014
In the new world of hiring, technology will seamless facilitate existing business demand, not create new recruitment processes; and candidates will quickly and confidently be able to express interest in working with companies. It’s a world where hiring managers actually use a company’s candidate management system. It’s a world where recruitment services, internal collaboration, and candidate activity are all in one dashboard.
Jerome Ternynck is one of the foremost experts on how to hire. Early in his career, he founded multiple recruitment firms. Then, he founded MrTed, one of the largest applicant tracking systems in Europe with clients such as Siemens, Heinken, and BMW. Now, Jerome Ternynck’s come to America to bury the applicant tracking system.
If you are serious about hiring, do not miss Jerome’s unveiling of the hiring platform. Register for the New Way of Hiring Webinar 11 AM PST May 28.