#WorkTrends Recap: Smooth, Efficient Recruiting for SMB

#WorkTrends Recap: Smooth, Efficient Recruiting for SMB

For small and medium businesses, there are two objectives in terms of recruiting and hiring that can be powerfully answered by Cloud-based systems. Given that there are so many options out there, companies need to focus their objectives on packages that meet specific critical needs.

This week on #WorkTrends,  host Meghan M. Biro and her special guests Guillaume Vingtier, Go To Market lead for WorkConnect by SAP and Jeff Rosenberg, Co-Founder and Partner at WideOpen, a customer strategy consultancy discussed the ways small to medium sized organizations can become more efficient, competitive and timely in their recruiting processes.

Here are a few key points Guillaume and Jeff shared:

  • Culture-fit isn’t just a buzzword. It’s critical to move beyond thinking of candidates as just a job description.
  • Small enterprises can put benefits in place that larger enterprises can’t like working from home
  • Managing multiple job boards can be a huge time sink and for SMBs, every minute counts.
  • Organizations that don’t take advantage of, or properly manage, social media platforms are hurting their talent alluring power.

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