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.