Discover the 7 key problems startups face from manual job posting, including 32% of a founder's time spent on recruiting and a 42-day average time-to-fill. See how automation and alternative channels can save time, optimise recruitment strategies, and contribute to a 22% increase in revenue and a 23% increase in profits for your startup.
Picture the London traffic during rush hour. Manual job posting is similar. It's time-consuming, can lead to errors, and takes you away from strategic tasks. Using an automated platform like GoHire is like taking the high-speed train, getting you where you need to be faster and more efficiently.
Manual job posting can be like casting a net with holes. You might miss out on some big fish. The inconsistencies and inaccuracies that creep in can limit the reach of your postings, attracting fewer and less qualified candidates. Automated posting ensures your net is cast wide and accurately.
Manual job posting is like handwriting a novel. The chance for typos and inaccuracies increases, and these mistakes can deter quality candidates or harm your employer brand. An automated tool like GoHire is your proofreader, ensuring your job postings are error-free.
Manual job posting can lead to a slow and inconsistent candidate experience. It's like keeping your candidates in a queue without a cup of tea. Automated posting and tracking with a platform like GoHire ensures timely and consistent communication, keeping your candidates engaged and satisfied.
Your job postings are like your startup's first impression. Errors, inconsistencies, or poor communication can create a negative perception of your brand. Automating this process ensures your postings are always in top form, reflecting well on your startup.
GoHire is like your trusty umbrella on a rainy London day. It protects you from the pitfalls of manual job posting by ensuring accuracy, broadening reach, improving candidate experience, and saving you time. So, you can focus on selecting the right talent rather than wrestling with the posting process.