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Social Recruiting, Performance Management, Applicant Tracking System (ATS), Hourly Workforce, Onboarding , Service Industry, Training & Development, Restaurants, C-Stores, Retail, Grocery, Hospitality, Entertainment, Wholesale Distribution, HR, WOTC, HRIS, Training, and Compliance
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payroll, saas, compliance, software, HR, and benefits
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iCIMS
Applicant Tracking System, ATS, HR, Human Resources, HR Tech, HR Technology, Mobile Recruiting, Onboarding, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing, Social Recruiting, Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Software-as-a-Service, Talent Acquisition, Talent Pipelines, and Video Screening
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BambooHR
HR software that lets you focus on people, not processes.
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JazzHR
The applicant tracking system you need to recruit better candidates, get more organized, and make great hires.
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Newton Software
Applicant Tracking Software, Applicant Tracking, recruiting software, and Applicant management
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WizeHire
The all-in-one online recruiting platform for small businesses. Helping over 6,000 teams find & hire the right talent.
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Betterteam
Replace email and spreadsheets with a beautiful, easy to use, web based applicant tracking system
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OVERVIEW
What is Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)
If you want to fill open roles faster, tap into a more diverse talent pool, or make the interview process more efficient, then an applicant tracking system can be a valuable addition to your tech stack. ATS software can provide benefits to all types of hospitality businesses, from restaurants to resorts, and it solves sourcing and hiring challenges that businesses of all sizes face.
Finding the right Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) solution for your hotel depends on several variables ranging from user experience and pricing to functionality and support. This guide is designed to help you identify the best Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) vendors, questions to ask on demos, read unbiased reviews from similar hoteliers and so much more.
FEATURES
Most Important Features of Applicant Tracking Systems

Job postings: Showcase your open roles on your own careers website and on the most popular job networks, like LinkedIn and Indeed, to get maximum visibility. In addition, applicant tracking systems can promote your roles on DEI-focused job sites so you can attract more candidates from underrepresented groups.

Talent engagement: Keep in touch with your talent pool through virtual career fairs and email campaigns.

Referrals: Tap into your employees’ networks and reward them for referrals. Referrals are often high-quality candidates and can increase your retention rate, so a good applicant tracking system makes sending and managing referrals easy.

Candidate workflow: Build a unique workflow for each open role, including interviews with specific team members, case studies, and assessments.

Interview tools: Collaborate effectively with the hiring team by making use of interview rubrics, scorecards, rankings, and notes.

Offer management: Automate offer letter creation, signature collection, and the onboarding process kickoff to wrap up the hiring cycle without a hitch.

Reporting: Gain a deeper understanding of your candidate pipeline, sources, and referrals, plus monitor metrics like job posting views, applications, and time to fill each role.

Integrations: Connect your ATS to your payroll system or human capital management system for more streamlined onboarding of new hires.

PRICING
How much should you expect to pay for an Applicant Tracking System?

 

Like most software for businesses, applicant tracking system pricing varies based on the functionality you need. Small businesses can find an inexpensive ATS that’s either free or under $50 per month, but the system will come with a cap on the number of open jobs you can have at one time. For around $200 per month, medium-sized businesses can enjoy more features than the most basic ATS package, like employee referral management, interview scorecards, and unlimited open positions. Enterprise-level ATS packages, which cost at least $300 per month, have top-of-the-line functionality, including automated offer letter generation, compliance reports, and integrations with apps like Zoom and Google Calendar. Besides the features included in your monthly fee, many ATS vendors have add-ons you can purchase for an additional fee, such as text messaging, a dedicated account manager, and single sign-on.

IMPLEMENTATION
What is the integration process for ATS software?

 

After choosing an ATS vendor, you can start the onboarding process, and you’ll likely work with an onboarding support agent to help you through the initial steps. Depending on how many open positions you have and how complex your workflows are, you can be up and running in a couple days to a couple weeks. The onboarding process consists of adding users, configuring open roles, building hiring workflows for each role, building or linking to your careers website, connecting to third-party job sites, and setting up interview rubrics and scorecards. In addition, you can enable integrations with your human resources information system (HRIS) and productivity apps like Outlook, Zoom, or Slack.

FAQs
Hoteliers Also Ask
Time to fill: One of the most compelling benefits of an ATS is a decrease in time to fill roles, so you’ll want to monitor this metric after implementing an ATS to ensure you’re getting the full value out of the system. A few factors affect time to fill, such as attracting high-quality applicants and reducing delays in passing candidates to the next step in the hiring process. Candidate and hire sources: Applicant tracking systems can help you reach a wider talent pool, so you’ll want to track how these sources feed into your pipeline. Your ATS’s reporting dashboard can break down how many applicants and hires came from your careers site, LinkedIn, Indeed, referrals, career fairs, and more - and how often each source leads to a hire.
Applicant tracking systems help human resources teams and hiring managers find and hire talent. An ATS posts jobs, collects applications and resumes, and moves the candidate through the hiring pipeline from the initial interview to the offer stage.
ATS platforms, or applicant tracking systems, are software applications that human resources departments use to attract candidates, manage applications, and hire employees more efficiently. ATS platforms are used in many industries, from hospitality to technology to finance.
Some popular applicant tracking systems include BreezyHR, iCIMS, and Jazz HR.
One feature of an ATS is resume screening, which helps HR managers quickly sift through resumes to find candidates with the most relevant skills or experience for an open role. Prospective candidates can find online tools that will check their resumes for ATS readability to ensure they do not get inadvertently filtered out. An ATS resume checker will scan for formatting, keywords, and word count that might disqualify the applicant’s resume.

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