03 September 2018
The recruitment industry is crowded, so it’s vital for your agency to stay ahead of the game and beat of competition. Excellent communication is key within the recruitment process and recruiters heavily rely on their phones in order to make this happen. But with technology developing at such a fast pace, an excellent recruitment strategy relies on up-to-date telecoms.
Agencies should look to make the move towards utilising business mobiles as a way to improve the recruitment communication strategy and become more agile and effective. Here’s why…
Reliability and Flexibility
By having mobiles in place alongside data and voice, agencies can install a fully unified communication system. This means your recruiters are totally contactable without sacrificing the great quality of calls you experience now, and can continue delivering excellent service to candidates, whenever and wherever they are. In turn, the ease of communication can boost employee productivity and efficiency enabling you to outpace the competition.
56% of businesses have converged solutions to some degree
The long-term potential cost savings for your agency are almost guaranteed by having a well-defined, easy to understand, service package from one provider. You can choose a tariff that spreads across all business mobiles in one contract, which means you can visibly see your data more easily. Also, setting up usage alerts can also monitor your business mobile spend, allowing you to save those important pennies. These cost savings allow you to allocate your extra funds into other areas of business which need it most – such as advertising costs on recruitment job boards.
66% of SMEs either operate remotely or employ remote staff
Never Miss an Opportunity
By utilising business mobiles as a core part of your telecoms, recruiters can deliver a great candidate experience through an excellent recruitment communication strategy. This is delivered by motivated and flexible employees, as well as a network which avoids competing with consumers over voice and data traffic.