As one of the recruitment trends for the upcoming years, I would say Mobile Recruitment is one of them.
Enjoy the use of “ShakeYJ” on your Iphone. This one of its kind mobile recruitment application will go live within the next few weeks!
Still impressed by the wonderfull presentations at Momo#11 about the visions on mobile and the way we move towards an augmented reality. You might have noticed that I currently work on a mobile application called Lokloq to
put your brand in their pocket
as Andrew Grill puts the development on Mobile Marketing in one phrase.
While working on this, I am already thinking of the Lokloq roadmap in development.
And my guess is we should want to integrate something awesome, like Layar.
Available in the Android Market as of today!
Number 1 in Europe
Lokloq is the first Europe based Mobile Recruitment Solution provider.
Their services will start in June, by presenting a white lable mobile recruitment application.
With Lokloq the applicant can unlock their career and lock their new job, at anytime, anywhere via their mobile phone.
Regarding to the post on mobile recruitment solutions earlier on this blog: Of course Lokloq has thought of all this.
Stay tuned in on the ongoing Lokloq success: follow @lokloq on Twitter.
Since a few weeks I finally got the Iphone.. Not so strange after buying an Apple Macbook a while ago. Now that I have got my Iphone, I am looking for cool apps on Recruitment. I know… I am into recruitment…
Currently there are not a lot of apps to use for Iphone regarding to mobile recruitment solutions. So far I found the Dutch jobboard Nationalevacaturebank for Iphone, a basic, flat joboverview they are providing, and the interaction is only towards yourself via mobile. i.e. sending the vacancy to your own email account.
I also found this one Recrutae. They are providing an App where you can upload jobs and candidates, and use the app as an ontheroad ATS.
And of course, not to forget these apps: Ifindjob, NowHiring, Web Jobs in Texas, these apps offer also mobile recruitment solutions. Interaction in these apps however is very poor, unless the apps that use the original sources, the webbased sites.
Still I am waiting for the Mobile Recruitment Solution that includes interaction using the tool itself.
Next posting in my search on Mobile Recruitment Solutions should include of course, what is happening on the other appstores, like Nokia, Blackberry, WindowsMobile, Palm or Android.