In a world of mobile phones and social media, recruiting is a much more important and accessible job than it once was.
And that’s where the recruiting website, Recruit247, comes in.
Recruit 247, which was founded by Daniel Orenstein, a former recruiter for the Air Force, is the first of its kind to offer a mobile app that allows recruiters to use their phones as a recruiting tool.
Orens is not alone in thinking that recruiting is on the verge of becoming a digital revolution.
As the number of people who want to apply to jobs and the ability to interact with potential employers have exploded, recruiters have also come to rely on mobile phones as the primary recruiting tool, according to a recent survey by recruitment website Recruit.
The company surveyed recruiters from companies including LinkedIn, The Washington Post, Google, Yahoo, and more.
According to the study, mobile recruitment platforms have increased their reach by 25 percent in the past five years.
But how does it work?
Recruit is currently only available in the U.S. and Canada.
But the company plans to expand its platform in the coming months.
Oram, the founder and CEO, said he is excited about the potential of recruiting apps.
He said the app is currently available only in the US and Canada and plans to launch the app in India, where recruiters are more likely to have smartphones.
“We think this app will be a great tool for recruiters in India to have on-demand access to recruiters’ phones,” Oram said.
Recruiting apps can offer an advantage for employers and recruiters.
Employers can easily send resumes and cover letters to prospective employees.
Recruits can see how their peers are doing in the workplace and find out how well they are communicating with employers.
The app allows recruitrs to schedule appointments and also provide a profile of potential candidates.
Recipients can also use the app to see if they are already working with a particular recruiter or if they might want to work with someone new.
Recipe, a recruiting app by Recruit, allows prospective employers to schedule a job and send resumes.
The recruiter then sends the job and cover letter to the applicant’s employer.
Recapture, a recruiter app by Twitter, allows employers to send resumes to prospective candidates.
The recruiting company then sends out the resumes and covers letter to each applicant.
Recompense, a recruitment app by Pinterest, allows users to schedule an appointment and schedule a phone call.
Each recruiter sends a resume and covers sheet to each potential candidate.
Recode’s chief technology officer, Mike Weiss, said the ability for recruitgers to quickly see who they are recruiting from and what they’re looking for can help recruiters make better decisions.
“Recruit has a tremendous opportunity to help recruiter understand where they stand with their prospects and also to make better informed decisions about how to reach out to the recruiters,” Weiss said.
In addition to mobile recruiting, Recode has developed a platform called Recode Search that offers search functionality for recruit, recruiter, and employer search.
Recodecode Search lets employers quickly find the best job and recruiter by searching for the job’s keywords.
The system also helps recruiters identify the most talented candidates to hire.
Recoded Search is currently in beta and users can sign up for a free trial.
The beta version of the platform is currently limited to companies with 20 employees.
According, the platform will be rolled out to all major companies in the next few months.
The goal is to make the app as useful for recruitors as Recruit’s previous mobile recruiting platform, Recaptive.
Recomendations are also available on the Recode app, and the Recruit app.
According Oren, recruit apps are not just for job seekers, but also recruiters across the globe.
“Our goal is that recruiters will have the ability in a way that they don’t have now,” he said.
“There are recruiters who are in a situation where they’re doing great but they can’t reach out because they have a phone.”
He said recruiters want to find the right people for their job and he hopes that recruitiers will use Recruit as a primary recruitment tool.
“It’s a great time for recruit to be able to have their phone with them,” he added.
“They can see the work that’s been done, the work they’ve done in the field and be able see who’s the best person to hire.”