11. July 2011
“It’s always hard to find good help these days.” That phrase can generally be heard anywhere and during any time period. When hiring someone new, there are many different factors an employer might have to consider; is the person going to be a good fit? Are they qualified enough for the job? Do they have prior experience? These, and many other questions, are going to be something the employer is going to want to know. Jason Averbook, CEO of Knowledge Infusion, tells Human Resource Executive magazine, “It [talent-management] needs to be collaborative amongst the employees, as they look around and try to find people with similar skill sets or find similar projects that they’re working on and collaborate with them.”
Autohire, a recruiting software, helps both the employers and potential employees determine from the start if the they would be a good fit and if they are able to “collaborate” together. The software allows employers to list an open position that they have available onto the site. They can include exactly what they are looking for in a job candidate as well as a description of the job and all of its duties and benefits. The software includes an applicant tracking system and can let employers know whether a candidate fits the job description. From there, the employers can pick out the candidates that they would like to interview and hopefully, find the “good help” that they are looking for.