With one of the most severe recession of people’s lifetimes, the 20th annual IRS graduate recruitment survey shows that online recruitment has become more important than ever as a tool to help employers reach top talent.
Traditional on line methods, such as an employer’s own website or external job sites, remain the most common and effective ways of attracting good quality graduate candidates. This has now changed with the launch of textdajob.com both employers and graduates now have a new medium to advertise and recruit in one of the fastest and most cost effective ways available.
Graduate hiring is waning on the part of recruiters, with lower salaries now on offer for these first time job seekers. The turbulent economic conditions do not make it an easy graduate recruiting ground for employers either – and do not necessarily make it any more straightforward to find top quality talent. That’s where textdajob.com comes into play.
With its unique software solution matching workers to recruiters, via SMS text messaging technology. Now all business operators can benefit from this new instant recruitment solution at a fraction of the charges associated with using a dedicated recruitment agency.
Other websites offering on line recruitment services charge hefty monthly fees of £500.00 plus just to allow recruiters to search their database of potential candidates. At textdajob.com recruiters can search for potential new employees at no cost and then contact them for a small fee by simply sending out a short message through the on line form. This SMS text message is delivered instantly to the job seekers mobile phone device.
The trend of employer demand for graduates has been on an upwards movement, reflecting the steady increase in the number of people graduating from higher education actively looking for work – over 185,000 each year. While supply remains at elevated levels, employers’ demand for graduates in the current economic downturn appears to be falling. According to the latest Graduate Recruitment survey, a quarter of graduate vacancies have disappeared, and there is now an average of 48 applications for every vacancy.
With so many graduates posting information on line, promote their skills to potential employers. The human resource departments of large organisation find it an almost impossible task to route the way to finding the right employee. It is with this respect that textdajob.com comes into play.
With its simplified search criteria and instant communication medium it is believed that textdajob.com will soon find its way to be one of the most used recruitment and placement tools in the human resource department’s arsenal.