the changing landscape of recruitment in the post pandemic

the changing landscape of recruitment in the post pandemic

The Covid-19 emergency has undoubtedly had a radical impact on the world as we know it: social distancing procedures and business lockdown strongly changed our behaviours and attitudes in a way that we could barely have foreseen.
After having established new procedures and a platform to keep us as safe as possible, now more than ever we are seeking ways to help the economy recover from the crisis and move towards the new reality. At such a critical time, it’s crucial that every investment generates a rapid and quantifiable return: to help overcome the challenges of recovering post pandemic we need to count on companies and people who produce tangible value, who provide superior products and who guarantee service delivery. This is vital to help us develop our businesses in response to the new market realities.

the shape of the “new normal”: a new way of recruiting

Due to the outbreak, organisations all over the world are making changes to the way they operate. When the virus first spread, what initially happened was that many sectors of the recruitment market literally shut down. On top of this, huge swathes of the market have been mandated to close their operations (e.g. most retail and hospitality businesses, entertainment, high street retail and travel). All these needed to find a brand-new way of operating, to be able to come back fast to the market and restart operations.
On the flip side, there were certain market segments that experienced a sudden rise of requirements and personnel as a result of the COVID crisis. These included healthcare, logistics and delivery services, maintenance services as well as grocery and supermarket industries.
The Covid-19 pandemic also brought with it a huge change within recruitment: the shift of ‘power’ from jobseekers to recruiters. In fact, due to the global emergency and its enormous impacts on economies and businesses, unemployment has been dramatically rising: which means job searches now are growing whilst at the same time the number of available vacancies is decreasing (or increasing in proportion to the number of new searches). 
Consequently, this means that many candidates may be forced to change their mindset, searching for jobs in new industries and applying for vacancies that do not precisely match their skillset and their background. 

#NoClicksJustCandidates thanks to a real performance-based model

Given this extremely complex scenario, it is more essential than ever to optimize time and resources of employers and recruiters, and Jobrapido works alongside them all to facilitate the matching of job supply and demand. Since the beginning of the Covid emergency, Jobrapido has been on the front line with all partners to answer their different needs with a high calibre customized and flexible set of Programmatic Recruitment Solutions

As a world’s leading job search engine Jobrapido offers real Smart Programmatic Recruitment: a new data-based and flexible recruitment solution based on real performance. AI optimizes the match between the job ad and the people who see it, aiding efforts by reducing both hiring cycle time and costs, and empowering companies to pay only for completed job applications: this is a new #NoClicksJustCandidates approach aimed at helping our partners optimize their resources and investments.

Thanks to Smart Programmatic Technology, our engine continuously learns about the individual activity and begins automatically matching the jobseekers with relevant jobs for their new searches based on this activity. This will also help the high demand employers finding the candidates with the right skillset willing to move cross-sector.

#NowMoreThanEver it’s crucial to optimize hiring investments by using the highest performing talent acquisition tools, and for organizations not to waste valuable resources. Jobrapido is on the front line to provide companies with top-performing candidates to help them reach these new goals.

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Rob Brouwer
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