The most frequent problem that almost every organisation face during recruitment would be the ‘Skill Gap’. This scenario can be analysed from two perspectives, the employer’s view and the job seeker’s view. While employers can’t fill positions because job seekers lack adequate skills/training for the opening, many job seekers tend to not apply for certain vacancies as they are intimidated from applying to the wrong job due to confusions and improper job descriptions.
Choosing the right HR solution for your organisation can be a crucial decision based on the risks and returns involved. If the selected HR software does not answer your HR need this could lead the management to face higher inefficiencies that can lead to disaster. Fortunately, this problem can be overcome by a little advanced planning based on a detailed understanding regarding your organisation.
With population inflation and increasing educational systems, thousands of jobs are created every day as millions of applicants fight for one position. As endless number of resumes flow in when a job is posted, it is humanly impossible to go through all curriculum vitae at once. Manually checking pages of CV’s and processing their skills and expertise by crosschecking with the company’s requirements is a rather time consuming and effort draining task. Due to this, many companies fail to identify the right talent and are forced to recruit individuals that are not bound to work for the position offered. The right talent goes unnoticed with tiring manual processes. HR Management tools simplify this process by prompting organisations when a suitable candidate is identified through social media and job recruitment sites. HR Management tools now integrate with a company’s own portal or website, where candidates upload their information on their online application form. Automation has made life simpler and easier for most of the employees and HR Management tools scored one above all.