Future of Work
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February 22, 2022

How recruiting automation can make the hourly hiring process fast — and still human

Companies like McDonald’s, CVS, Darden, and Regis have been speeding up their hiring process for years. USA today examines how they’ve been able to improve the candidate experience at the same time.

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Do you think it’s possible to apply for a job and get an offer on the same day? It is.

While examining how automated HR software is speeding up the hiring process, USA Today shared a worker’s story of being hired in 30 minutes. That’s from the start of the application to the confetti-covered offer.

It may look something like this.

Numerous companies like McDonald’s, CVS, Darden Restaurants, and Regis Corporation have been automating hiring hourly workers for years by simplifying the hiring process for recruiters and hiring managers with automation. And it’s only become more vital.

Regis, for example, franchises 6,500 hair salons, such as Supercuts and SmartStyle. By interweaving their TA team with Paradox’s AI Assistant Olivia they have gone from 70% candidate drop-off to 10%.

That’s 90% of candidates completing the application and setting up an interview. Then the talent acquisition team takes it from there.

The recruiting automation takes all the repetitive requirements of the hiring process, from collecting contact information to background checks to scheduling — and rescheduling — interviews.

The TA team is then enabled to spend more time with people, not software and hiring processes.

Why can’t that be your team, too?

For more insight on how high-volume hiring companies are rapidly recruiting, check out the full USA Today article.

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Josh Zywien
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