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Australian HR Tech Report

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 11:17am Monday 29 March 2010    Print Article

Navigo has just released the first edition of the Australian HR Tech Report. The report analyses Australian HRIS adoption, satisfaction with system implementations, motivators and roadblocks for systems improvement. One of the areas I was interested in was section on Applicant Tracking/Recruitment (ATS).


You can download the full report here.

Applicant tracking/recruitment stands-out as the solution area where organisations most commonly adopt stand-alone systems. HRIS based systems were less common.

Applicant tracking/recruitment is also the area with the largest differential in satisfaction amongst all the solution areas surveyed. Satisfied or very satisfied results for those employing stand-alone software rated 70% versus 15% for those with manual systems.

Despite being the second most common, manual systems are deeply dissatisfactory compared to stand-alone software. The large group of organisations with manual recruiting processes will be able to achieve a very noticeable improvement through adopting a stand-alone system.






Article URL: http://www.recruitmentdirectory.com.au/Blog/australian-hr-tech-report-a344.html

Article Tags: hr technology hris australian hr technology report navigo hrtechreport.com.au applicant tracking system recruitment system navigo.com.au human resources information systems information systems

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