ATTRACTING TALENT WITH TECHNOLOGY: HOW DIGITAL JOB DESCRIPTIONS CAN DRAW IN TOP TALENT
By Lindsay Stanton, Digi-Me
In today's world, digital technology is king when it comes to communication, and things are changing rapidly. Paper has been replaced by email. Text messages have replaced phone calls. Notebook computers have made the office a virtual space. The Internet can help find you anything you need with the blink of an eye (and a fast wireless connection). Welcome, recruitment professionals, to the digital age.
The HR technology world is currently experiencing a change that will impact on the nature of markets, define the meaning of technology platforms, and alter the way HR systems are designed, constructed, and delivered. The change is being driven by new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) technology and led by products such as Cornerstone Edge and Salesforce for HR, but there are other products waiting in the wings to come on stage once the market is reshaped.
We live in an unprecedented era when personal data is being hoovered-up, stored and made accessible for profile generation and analysis in a little-disclosed manner, by government security agencies, corporations, criminals, political parties, fundraisers, researchers, and a host of other parties. While the potential benefits are profound, so are the dangers, and each is only compounded by the dawning age of ubiquitous computing and the Internet of Things.
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