Difficult to fill roles “not so difficult after all”

Posted by Liz van Zyl | March - 4 - 2019 | 0 Comment

According to recent research, two major industries are experiencing high-demand for talent. In fact, half of Australia’s 20 most difficult roles to fill come from the Healthcare & Medical and the Education & Training industries. 

Not all companies with difficult to fill roles  experience this. LifeFlight, SACARE, Royal Freemasons, AusHealth, McClean Care, Trinity College and PEER strategically use predictive hiring technology to simplify their staff selection and find cultural fit.

Avivo, a leading NFP home care services provider for almost 50 years, works with people in their homes and communities in disability, ageing and mental health. 

“Expr3ss! offers Avivo the ability to recruit exceptional Support Workers by using flexible and intuitive recruitment software, shortlisting tools, an easily accessed talent database and most of all friendly advice and guidance. We love Expr3ss! because they support us to recruit the best support for our customers to live their best lives,” 

Erin Gray, HR Operations Manager, Avivo 

Access to a unique talent pool of applicants, people actively interested in working for Avivo, ensures saving job advertising costs.

 “We haven’t needed to advertise for some time. We no longer need to advertise as much as we can search and find things within our Expr3ss! service which enables us to be responsive.” 

Arwen Anderson, Former Group HR Manager, Community Support Incorporated.

Australian Human Resource professionals are more forward thinking than most when it comes to adopting clever technology … 96% of these professionals embrace technology and AI readily.  Applicants, too, talk about the benefits of the Expr3ss! application process with 96% reporting higher than average scores for ease, simplicity, speed and comfort with the process… 20% gave a perfect score. 

Businesses don’t have to fret. Using predictive hiring software makes all the difference in filling difficult roles.