3 Ways Recruitment Automation Will Evolve HRM Processes

By Emily Pribanic - Last Updated on January 6, 2020
Ways Recruitment Automation Will Evolve HRM Processes

With recruitment automation becoming more popular, how can your HRM processes benefit from this new way of recruiting?

Recruitment automation is becoming more and more sophisticated, making HRM processes more seamless and employee friendly.

It can be a difficult practice for HR professionals to create outstanding employee experiences to retain talent. As more and more employees start to expect perks like free lunch, flexible work hours, and more vacation time, HR professionals need to evolve their HRM processes to be able to offer the benefits the new workforce is expecting. One way human resource management can improve their processes is through recruitment automation. With recruitment automation tools, HRM will be able to focus on other aspects of their job and have a better chance of offering the benefits new employees are looking for. So, how exactly will recruitment automation evolve HRM processes?

Recruitment Automation in HRM Processes

As recruitment automation becomes more sophisticated and implemented into more and more companies’ HR efforts, human resource managers will be able to focus more on offering new and existing employees better benefits and more personalized employee experiences.


More and more companies are beginning to focus on what employees need and want to attract them to work for their organization. Offering better employee experience has become a major trend for companies as the term has jumped more than 140% in the last seven years, according to data collected by Google. As companies become more focused on offering the best employee experiences, HRM will need to hyper-personalize the workplace in terms of benefits, compensation, work location, and overall operations.

Talent Acquisition ROI

Gaining the highest ROI from talent acquisition efforts has always been an essential aspect of job recruitment but with recruitment automation tools and techniques, HRM will be able to prove this ROI and ensure that any new employee they add to the company is happy and productive in their new position. As recruitment automation software continues to improve the way HRM recruit, retain, and keep new and existing employees happy, being able to accurately determine the ROI of talent acquisition will become easier and more precise.

Implementing the best recruitment tools in your HR efforts is essential to guarantee that any recruitment automation techniques you apply are working well. Here are a few recruitment tools that can make your recruitment efforts easier and more fruitful.

Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)

The new generation of ATS can help bring many recruitment functions into a central place and further streamline practices. An excellent ATS is called TribePad, which describes itself as a social ATS and whose users can advertise their jobs anywhere on the web. It features intelligent skills-matching based on semantic technology and even provides built-in, real-time analytics to evaluate all channels to verify which perform best.

Mobile Recruiting Tools

Our society today is very dependent on mobile devices which have caused mobile recruitment tools to skyrocket in use. Mobile recruitment has even become a key channel for hiring and a research study conducted by Comscore shows that 2.8 million jobseekers a month access job listings from their mobile devices, with 67% of those job-seekers looking daily. Another study also showed that 88% of job-seekers look for jobs on their mobile device and of those seekers, one-third of them are likely to use their mobile device to apply for open jobs they find. Implementing mobile recruitment efforts into your HRM processes can cause a significant shift in how they communicate with potential hires and even engage with and recruit talent. As mobile recruitment becomes more and more sophisticated, it will become even more crucial for HRM to understand how candidates behave in the mobile environment and make sure it rivals the quality of the full desktop experience.

Emily Pribanic

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing since she was young and has a creative imagination. She lives in Dallas, Texas with her family and two cats.

Emily Pribanic

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing s...

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