HirePad is designed to plug the gaps at the front end of the ATS. I think it does it well although to be fair, some ATS products are starting to put a bit more effort into the candidate experience and job marketing. But right now, this week and next, HirePad still plugs a lot of gaps which is the point of our somewhat "tongue in cheek" ad campaign we are (hopefully) running on LinkedIn.
642 responses as to why people use Linkedin. You can see full details at linkd.in/xWeAzQ.
Any thoughts or comments?
Just under a month ago I started a poll on Linkedin posing the question:
"As a candidate do you really want to apply for a job using your mobile phone?"
I am running a track on this subject at TRU London next Thursday but thought I'd share the results from the poll now that there are only 4 days left. If you want to vote you still have a bit of time: linkd.in/zUrxzT
This question has been nagging me for a while. So many recruiters have claimed that they get all their hires from the job boards they use yet in reality they have no decent tracking to know where their hires really come from. Now Linkedin is flavour of the month but is it really just a load of hocus pocus? Has anyone got any real decent stats to prove their claims? I wanted to find out first hand so started digging with a Linkedin poll.
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