Recent studies show job seekers demand full mobile functionality for career sites. They also demand sites to be aesthetically pleasing, designed and simplified for their mobile devices.
SnapHop mobile-ready technology helps organizations quickly implement solutions that address present mobile requirements.
Be where where the candidates are and candidates are on mobile. 50%-70% of job seekers are on mobile devices. Google punishes your career site if it is not mobile-friendly. Breakdown the barriers and open your doors to more quality candidates.
Adding full mobile functionality doesn’t require changing your current hiring process. Instead, SnapHop will integrate into existing processes and deliver definitive results without additional or hidden costs.
Extend your talent brand and design across all devices. Render information formatted for various devices. Take advantage of pre-tested, built-in industry best practices for mobile devices.
Don’t settle for anything but full functionality. Candidates wants it. Top talent demands it. SnapHop will ensure all career site functionality will function appropriately for smartphones and tablets.
Mobile Search – Optimize for better candidate experience – easy-to-use mobile search forms and fast, accurate results.
Mobile Apply – Make the most important call-to-action on the career site an interactive experience. Provide a full-functioning application workflow that works on any device.
Upload Resume* – Limit a huge barrier. Candidates upload resumes and cover letters that stored in the cloud – via DropBox, Google Drive and Miscrosoft OneDrive.
SEO ready** – Get up to speed on mobile or get buried in search results. Content is automatically mobilized for higher ranking in search engines – ex. Google, Yahoo!, and Bing.
* According to the mobile candidates polled, not having a resume on their mobile device is the #1 reason why they don’t apply.
** Google prioritizes 'Mobile-Friendly' sites – content must be accessible without having to swipe, designed to load quickly on mobile devices, and buttons must be easily seen and touched on smaller screens.