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An Introduction to Recruiting Software
There has been a great deal of discussion in recent years about recruiting software. Recruiting software
helps firms find suitable employees, and functions in a number of ways. It may handle the employment
section of a business's website, keep tabs on any company answers to applicants, and help arrange all
information on potential workers in a comprehensive database.
A major function of recruiting software applications is they can make use of the employment
component of a company's website. The computer software can make a listing of tasks available with
the business. Web surfers can click on jobs they are interested in and instantly be taken to a description
of this job. The software may also be used to make electronic applications which can be completed and
filed on the Internet.
Another function of recruiting software is to keep tabs on almost any company responses to the
candidates. The program allows users to create customized letters acknowledging the firm received the
candidate's resume, interview requests and appointment reminders, among others.
Recruitment Software is perfect for producing an applicant database. This function allows users keep an
eye on the people who have applied for positions within the company. The database stores information
about those who have completed an application or submitted a resume. Many programs assign ID
numbers to applicants, making it easier to keep track of the applicants. The program can also be used to
check if an applicant has previously applied to work for the provider. Recruitment software candidate
databases are also able to keep track of what sources the applicants came from, permitting the
enterprise to see how its different recruitment tools are working. This allows the company know if paper
ads, sites, employment agencies, or other resources are supplying a stream of qualified applicants.
Coding applications can be costly and complex, but it usually saves business money in the long run, as
well as the organizational aspects of the applications make hiring new workers a lot easier.