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 Tuesday, November 13, 2007

What is an integrated career page?

When you advertise your job openings on various mediums, the candidates normally view your advertisement there and eventually cross check it with your career page.  Suppose these openings don’t show on your career page at the same time or if you do not have a career page, then a candidate does the next best thing, he/she applies to the generic e-mail ids provided on your website e.g info@company.com or hr@company.com

Such generic e-mail ids attract a lot of junk mail and trash mail and the chances of you deleting a quality resume by mistake is huge.  Hence, it becomes imperative for you to have an updated career page that is not only live and real time at all times but also directs all the resumes to the inbox of your recruiter.  So an integrated career page becomes essential because, not only is it cost effective, it is also maintenance free.

You can, here, integrate the career page with our job site.  This is a small technical process which can be easily sorted. An IT person from your company and our specialist will spend a couple of hours trying to understand how your career page or web site works and integrates or merges (in a broad term) your career page with our job board.

Having an Integrated Career Page is the first step towards having your own simple and efficient Applicant Tracking System (ATS).  You could choose have the larger complicated ones, or a more simple one which starts with integrating your career page.

What is an Applicant Tracking System

An Applicant Tracking System, also called a candidate management system, is a software application designed to help an enterprise recruit employees more efficiently. An ATS includes a corporate career site, allowing companies to post jobs onto their own website, as a way to attract candidates. Candidates may apply for specific jobs or generally to the company. Effective solutions store this candidate data inside a database to allow effective searching, filtering, and routing of applications.

 

Why Is ATS Important ?


Companies Having Integrated Career Page
Companies Not Having Integrated Career Page
Real Time Job Ads

Yes
No
Dynamically Searchable Resume
Yes
No
Enterprise wide Accessibility
Yes
No
Company Ownership
Yes
No
Builds company Brand
Yes
No
Better User / Candidate Interface / Experience
Yes
No
Cost of Maintenance less
Yes
No
Avoid junk mail in you company mailbox.
Yes
No
Avoid loss of database when an employee moves on
Yes
No
Avoid loss of database due to technical or mechanical error
Yes
No
No more paperwork
Yes
Yes
Easy access from anywhere in the world
Yes
Yes
Helps keep notes for future reference, on a candidate
Yes
No
Company wide reports view for the management
Yes
No
Helps re-distribute work load for better results
Yes
Yes
Allows Job Specific Screening Questions
Yes
No
Tracks the flow of the Application Process
Yes
No
Allows for Simple Email Blasting to Groups of Applicants
Yes
No
Allows for Multiple Logins enterprise wide
Yes
Yes
Dashboard view of hiring status
Yes
No
Quick resume search
Yes
No
Tag based search
Yes
No
Less search time and more call time for your recruiters with candidates
Yes
No
Quick and easy search of internal and external candidates
Yes
No
IM facility
Yes
No
Candidate ownership with a recruiter within the enterprise.
Yes
No
Saving your search string.
Yes
No
Your job posting is never down
Yes
No
Eliminate costly agency fees.
Yes
Yes
Reduce the cost per hire
Yes
No


To sum up, implementing an Applicant Tracking system allows a company to effectively advertise its job requirements over a wide area,  organize and filter candidate data for further reference, reduce company costs, and above all increase productivity.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007 2:50:52 PM (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00)  #    Disclaimer  |  Comments [58]  |