The Human Energy Crisis: Technology's Role In Supporting Field Workforce, Hourly And High-Volume Hiring Needs
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For all the advances in the technology over the last 20 years, the process of hiring hourly workers has remained fairly static. A job applicant responds to an ad in a newspaper, is invited to fill out an application, and waits to be summoned for an interview. By the time the interview summons comes, the applicant may have already accepted another job offer elsewhere.

Human resource managers can point to any number of problems with this hiring process. They acknowledge that it isn't fast enough. That it's prone to human error. And that it doesn't scale well for high-volume hiring. Finally, considering the number of bad hires that are made and the impact these hires can have on your customers, it's prohibitively expensive.
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