Driving missed data

Recruiters can buy all the latest data analytics and AI tools they like, but if they aren’t actually moving the business forward, then their use is debatable.

Like it or not, we are careering towards a data-driven future. The mantra ‘If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it’ could soon be obsolete because you can virtually measure anything – including most recruiting activities. Whether recruiters should be measuring everything, though, is another matter. And as with all new tools, objectives and outcomes should...

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