John Edwards, of KeyApps has been looking into what the future holds for the recruitment industry
DESPITE being surrounded by burgeoning technological advancements, recruitment remains a predominantly labour intensive practice and profession.
Manual administrative procedures, natural human error from the sheer amount of individuals often involved in the recruitment cycle along with far too frequent examples of limited comprehension of new technologies, protocols and legislation all dovetail to present frustratingly time-consuming hurdles in the recruitment process.
Amidst all this stands the significant and constant imperative of implementing advanced, up-to-date technology for recruiters. Whether storing and accessing vast and vital candidate and client information, or providing a user-friendly registration and application interface for potential placements, technology in recruitment will continue to be utilised and updated to enhance delivery capabilities on multiple levels.