An applicant tracking system is as effective only when the entire team uses it.
To meet shifting demands, hiring experts need advanced tools designed to meet today’s challenges while finding opportunities to make more and better matches.
There comes a time when many recruiters look at the pipeline in their applicant tracking systems and realize they need to work harder to achieve diversity.
These days, recruiting and marketing are compared all the time, and with good reason.
So much is involved in recruiting, whether it’s choosing the right applicant tracking system, or finding hard-to-find skills.
Businesses need to clearly understand the value-based differences between tools that take advantage of massive amounts of information and the data itself.
Small businesses, or those with less than $100 million in annual revenue, are big consumers of applicant tracking system software, according to Software Advice.
Hiring the right person means finding someone whose skills, history and personality traits align as well as possible with the company.
A staffing company’s applicant tracking system is a foundational tool.
Today’s applicants, like consumers, now come into the hiring process with more knowledge than ever before, thanks to reputation sites like Glassdoor and The Vault.
Developing Lasting Staffing Software Solutions Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) are computer software components that organize recruitment information. They’re very similar to Customer Management Systems (CMS), except that they collect the names, contact information and details for employment candidates. They’re commonly part of a large company’s Human Resource Information System (HRIS) while others have moved to software as a service (SaaS) …
While applicant tracking systems are a boon to employers because they boost productivity and save us tons of time, for candidates they are a bane for the most part. No one likes to think about being parsed by a piece of software to determine their worth – yet that’s what resume sifting does. One important thing to consider when you’re …
If you work with the government, you may be subject to compliance standards in hiring that many smaller firms and private businesses don’t have to worry about. That being said, when it comes to hiring, any company can be sued for employment discrimination if the candidate feels they were ruled out because they fall into a protected class. The liability …
If you’ve got a robust applicant tracking system like Jobscience, you may be able to automate a good bit of your onboarding process to eliminate mistakes that can get your company off on the wrong foot with your new staffer. We’ve written before how lax onboarding can disengage new hires and how automating some of these important tasks can benefit …
Sure your applicant tracking system is great for doing what the name indicates – tracking your applicants – but did you know there’s lots more it can be doing to help your company? In fact, your ATS can help drive and reinforce your employer branding which can increase the response rates to your ads (which can be a Catch-22) but …
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