We’ve had a busy month here at Recruiterflow. Before we get into the new updates, I would like to talk about automation.
Recruiting has a lot of parallels with inside sales operations. Last decade saw a radically different sales operation compared to what it looked like a decade earlier. Similar changes are up on for the world of recruiting.
While everyone says that recruiting is like sales, what salespeople get is radically ahead of the recruiting tech stack. One of the largest missing pieces of this puzzle was the equivalent of a marketing automation software. That is what we’ve built. Our brand new automation is created to build the equivalent of marketing automation for recruiters.
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With our new release that combines the power of recipes with saved searches, there is a massive amount of possibilities that were never there have opened up for the first time for recruiting automation.
With this, we are now creating an automation challenge. If you can think of anything in your recruiting workflow that you think can be automated, let us know and we should be able to help you automate it (in most cases!).
Hit reply or get in touch with our customer success team to discuss your automation roadmap today!
When we announced an overhaul of our reporting feature back in January, we promised that we will keep delivering new reports to it over the next few months and we delivered!
We released two new very critical reports.
Time to Fill
One of the best way to measure efficacy of your operation is to measure it’s velocity and how it has changed over time. With time to fill report, you can do exactly that. It’s an average of time it takes for you from job open date to number hires = number of openings.
Stage Movement Break Down Report
All of us wish we had a way to look into the future! While we haven’t made that possible, for operators this is the next best thing as a leading indicator of your recruiting business. This report tells you how many candidates moved into a particular stage during a selected time frame. The idea is that if you have enough candidates moving to critical stages (i.e. – submittals, client interviews etc.) and you will know pretty well what kind of billings and placements you are looking at over the next few weeks.
We delivered one of the most frequently asked integrations – Slack. We use slack here at Recruiterflow and know how essential it is for internal collaboration. At Recruiterflow, we have a firm belief in working with you where you like to work. That’s why we have chrome extension that works on sourcing platforms, inside your email and now slack added to the list!
Last Event Column
One of the important things that managers like to see is if a candidate is in interview stage, whether the interview is scheduled or not and if scheduled, knowing the schedule took a couple of clicks to figure out. We just introduced a column for last event which tells you what is the latest event scheduled with the candidate.
- Search bar on the careers page
- Export all jobs and their pipelines with just one click
- Download raw data from job pipeline report
- Submit to client option is now right on the candidate profile
- Annihilation of bugs
- Performance enhancement – doubling our data processing capabilities for faster user performance
- Separate resources dedicated to the API – minimising the impact of API activities on end user performance
Well, that’s pretty much it. We will be back with more updates next month! Enjoy the spring!