Traditional job portals often fail to reach a diverse set of candidates, especially those who are not actively looking for jobs.
The absence of referrals means that employers have to go through a lengthy and often ineffective screening process.
Lack of Personalization
Most job portals do not offer a personalized experience, making it hard for candidates to find roles that truly match their skills and aspirations.
High Recruitment Costs
Companies worldwide spend a significant amount on recruitment, which could be reduced with a more efficient referral system.
Without referrals, it's challenging to assess if a candidate will fit into the company's culture, a problem that is magnified on a global scale.
The traditional recruitment process can be long and tedious, affecting companies' ability to fill roles quickly.
Traditional job portals often focus on local or national markets, missing out on global talent.
Data Privacy Concerns
In the absence of a trusted referral system, candidates are often hesitant to share personal information on job portals.