Planning for recruitment can sometimes feel like grasping at straws. Most recruiters have only their
past experience to bank on. But will that suffice? And with a recruitment scenario as dynamic as the
one today, how does one even approach such an expensive and critical task without a clear
compass? The answer to this, could be accounted towards the big-data revolution that has arisen in
the past few years.
Recruiters can shift their gaze towards a more data-focussed approach to their daily tasks. Armed
with concrete numbers from the current market, budgeting and planning becomes a task less
daunting and more rewarding. And then there’s hidden data. Not easily accessible and often
shrouded in uncertainty. But what if this information were available in the recruitment domain,
would it help bring traction to the hiring process? That’s where Talismatic comes into play.
Talismatic is an intelligent, fully data driven tool that scours hiring information and analyzes it to
place clear answers on your screen. Answers to questions like – which cities have the highest
number of software engineers? How long does my industry take to fill a C-level position? What
positions are X Corp looking to hire at next? Is our recruitment lagging or are we performing at par
with the others?
Modern recruiters no longer need to incorporate high buffer margins for their next recruitment
cycles. They can finally reach a consensus with hiring managers by having clear-cut timelines to
finalize the right person for the job. They could take a page or two from their competition’s
hiring strategy. Learn to wean themselves off experience that came from a recruiter-driven
era and find solutions to the new candidate-driven scenario.
This is exactly the kind of user experience we’re looking to dole out through Talismatic – A single recruitment analytics platform that deals with all the external and internal aspects that make up a well-thought- out
recruitment plan. Several years of hard work and ingenuity finally come to fruition this April and if
you find yourself eager to know more, you can try out the Beta version of the product for free at this link.