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16 Factors to Consider When Investing in an Applicant Tracking System

Career Metis

An Applicant Tracking System (ATS) automates the entire recruitment process and helps your recruiters to onboard the best top-notch candidates hassle-free. 2) System Integration. Also, analyze what you want to achieve by adopting the new Applicant Tracking System.

The benefits of a ticketing system for HR teams

Spoke

There is a category of products that helps reduce the amount of time HR teams spend on these administrative tasks: ticketing systems. In fact, HR teams that use the right ticketing system report spending up to five more hours a week on things like training, hiring, and people strategy. Why HR teams need ticketing systems. Here are five big reasons why HR teams need a ticketing system, along with how Spoke can help your team—and company—meet its biggest goals.

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The recruitment process: 10 things you need to master to succeed

Workable

Applicant tracking – plan and streamline your process. Imagine the amount of energy, money and resources invested into a single marketing campaign to call attention to a specific product, service, concept or another area. Regardless of the sector you’re in or the product/service you’re offering, you want to look like a vibrant, forward-thinking organization that values its employees and prides itself on being ahead of the curve in the industry. Applicant tracking.

Talking HR Technology on the JoyPowered Workspace Podcast

ExactHire

Topics include making a business case for new HR technology, what to seek in a software application, and how to determine if a vendor’s customer support is really as exceptional as they say it is. Specifically, that includes HireCentric applicant tracking software and OnboardCentric employee onboarding software. All of our applications follow the Software-as-a-Service model, commonly known as SaaS. Should HR technology revolve around an employer’s payroll system?