Note: This article is an advertorial. The Digital Maturity Scan is only available in Dutch.
In the amount of time it takes to unload your dishwasher, you can amass new insights about the digital maturity of your organisation. Dutch labour market data pioneers Intelligence Group and Belgian award-winning recruitment tech agency HRlinkIT have teamed up to develop the digital maturity scan, a five-minute questionnaire composed of 21 questions that’ll give your organisations new insights about your own company.
The grade is in
After going through the specific steps, you’re presented with a downloadable rapport that gives your organisation a grade based on five essential pillars of recruitment: recruitment marketing, pre-screening and screening, availability, talent management and contract management. Moreover, the scan provides a graph with which you can compare your own scores to that of your competitors.
“The scan gives your organisation a grade based on five essential pillars of recruitment: recruitment marketing, pre-screening and screening, availability, talent management and contract management.”
‘Not everything has to be digital’
The scan then delves into each separate issue, providing you with advice tailored to your score and organisational needs. “It’s important to remember that not every part of the recruitment process has to be digitalised”, the two organisations say in the introduction of the scan. “Opting for a manual approach in some areas can ensure you are different from the rest. But however you look at it, large parts of the process should be digitalised to ensure speed and a digital experience that the clients and customers of today expect you to have.”
“However you look at it, large parts of the process should be digitalised to ensure speed and a digital experience.”
A great starting point
For those actively pursuing a more digital approach to its recruitment operations, it’s a great starting point. “We’re primarily focusing on agencies and the manner in which they are digitally mature in finding, matching and mediating candidates”, says Geert-Jan Waasdorp, CEO of Intelligence Group. “That in itself is absolutely essential in the current climate: to ensure you’re in great digital shape to attract the best possible candidates.”