Glossary: HR & Recruiting Definitions
Mobile recruiting refers to attracting, engaging, and converting candidates via mobile career sites, mobile job ads, and mobile recruitment apps. It also includes texting as a communication channel and social recruiting via social media platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook.
What is a mobile career site?
Mobile career sites are browser-based sites that use responsive design to ensure they are mobile-friendly. Meaning, when using the site on a mobile device, functionalities like searching or applying to jobs are fully adapted.
What are mobile recruiting apps?
Mobile recruiting apps enable the use of recruiting software on mobile devices to carry out most, if not all, steps in the recruiting process. Most apps allow recruiters to create job postings, review applications and candidate profiles, message candidates directly in-app and offer team collaboration tools.
What are the benefits of mobile recruiting?
As mobile device use and mobile communication become increasingly dominant, mobile recruiting is a prime opportunity for both talent sourcing and candidate sourcing. Here are some of the benefits of mobile recruitment:
Tips for effective mobile recruiting
Here are a few best practices to help your mobile recruiting strategy succeed:
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