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e-Recruitment Revolution Continues

Whosoever desires constant success must change his conduct with the times.
Niccolo Machiavelli

We are living in a fast-tech era, consuming fast-tech products. The life we live, and the business we run (or work for), our social interactions, work environment, and daily behavior are all changing and reshaping constantly by new technological developments. Before we continue with our justified hail for progress, lets go back for a brisk moment in time. The birth of first computer took place with the invention of ENIAC - Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator. The worlds first electronic digital computer (patent was filed in 26 June, 1947) was invented as a result of the great demand of war to reduce the time required for arriving at solutions to problems which might have required months or days by older procedures. Fast forward sixty five years, the revolution of the ENIAC endures. The majority of us carry our individual portable devices for communicating privately or for work purposes, struggling to keep in pace with the latest gadget, or surrendering / fighting the desire to have the latest model. What surprising is the fact that regardless of what devices we use to implement it, the principals who differentiated more than half a century ago the new outcome from the old, is astonishingly similar: the workload of recruitment companies and their consultants reduces from days to minutes! A typical recruitment process requires a candidate to fill-in and sign adequately dozens of essential paperwork in order to meet employment, legislative and occupational health conditions. The process is lengthy, tiresome and frustrating for all parties involved: the candidate, who desires to find a job promptly but accidently omit a signature somewhere, the employer who needs to see new employees onsite as fast as possible, and for the recruitment consultant, who communicates with both and often waste time chasing the forms and missing items while trying to provide professional customer service that complies with industrys regulations. The introduction of eForms that incorporate digital signature technology has distinguishably transformed this situation altogether. Recruitment consultants are now able to sign and invite candidates and employers to fill-in and sign brand electronic forms from anywhere any time, to manage and oversee the signing process, and view in real-time progress reports. The user-based PKI digital signature innovative technology complies with worldwide regulations for the signing of electronic documents (ETAs, ESIGN, EU VAT Directive, UECA, UETA, ECAs and many more), and offers highest level of security. The signed form is sealed, and any changes made to the document invalidate the signatures. Abardeen Group, a leading provider of business research, published its Human Capital Management Trends 2012 Report. The study reveals that HR companies and line of business respondents who show results in top industry performance, Best-in-Class, have implemented successfully recruitment technologies as one of their core business strategies. Secured Signings service that offers to fill-in and signing of electronic documents follows the trend. It boosts efficiency, ensures costs cut, meets market labour demands, and as mentioned above, plays an essential role in the recruitment industrys timely change of conduct. John Webster Secured Signing

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