E-recruitment systems have become the software of choice to identify and track applicants, manage internal and external recruitment, and analyze human resource usage. With a talent war underway, any edge that delivers better hiring also delivers competitive advantage. Yet, functionality for e-recruitment software is as wide-ranging as it is plentiful—with many suppliers finding it difficult to keep up with rapidly-cycling industry and technology changes. Further, with new SaaS HR solutions, companies are leveraging new social tools to enhance recruiting. Here we deliver the best information in terms of trends, research, and software reviews.
E-recruitment software has become the go-to way of expediting the Recruitment & Selection process (aka requisition-to-hire). The market for Human Resource and e-recruitment software systems though is in a state of flux, as more business capabilities like mobile recruitment, social recruitment, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery, and outsourcing invade the talent acquisition space.
A public sector HR software leader, Neogov software has been deemed a visionary by analyst firm Gartner, seen tremendous market growth, and captured the essence of what Government and public sector agencies are asking for. Here, we take a surface review approach to Neogov's flagship solution—Insight E-recruitment software.
Perhaps not as well-known as some of its competitors, netMEDIA's e-recruitment software nevertheless offers a high degree of flexibility and international compliance assurance. Rated #1 in the HR press and recommended as a prospect by Gartner, netMEDIA is carving out its own slice of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) recruitment solution market.
PeopleAdmin is an award winning HR software specialist in Higher Education and Government for recruitment automation. Client growth of 39% in the last two years suggests that they are maintaining their position. This review examines PeopleAdmin's Select software solution to see at a glance what the company offers, what they're particularly strong in, and where improvement is still needed.
Recruitment software is evolving; from what was once seen as merely a cost-saving tool for efficiency to what can now be a truly strategic organizational advantage. Unfortunately, far too many companies have yet to evaluate whether their current talent acquisition solutions are providing the necessary functionality to succeed in the growing talent wars.
Mobile apps are known for letting you reach people at any time and from any place. As more and more business processes go mobile, many companies are coming to terms with the latest in a series of mobile business developments—including m-Recruiting. In this article we explore just that, and give answers to the 4 most commonly asked questions about mobile recruiting.
HR Gamification has become an increasingly hot and hyped topic as organizations around the globe try to tap into the potential attraction, engagement, and retention benefits that these applications can bring. The question is whether or not gamification fits all HR functions equally, or if some channels are uniquely suited towards game-play. Here’s what we’ve found.
Recent announcements that iCIMS had acquired JobMagic and CareerBuilder had purchased EMSI shed light on the fact that recruitment software is rapidly becoming the go-to strategy for businesses and vendors alike in the war on talent. Here, we take a look at what these latest acquisitions mean for the companies involved and the HR technology industry as a whole.
Recent M&A activity in the HR software world has caused an increasing amount of attention to be given to talent acquisition applications (aka recruitment software). However, while these technologies are recognized as being critical for success, a sizeable number of companies have yet to formally adopt them. Here, we look at one of the main factors that can hold that uptake back.
Recruiting software is seeing a market surge according to Gartner reports, with an increasing number of implementations going to cloud-based solutions. Yet, many organizations remain puzzled about the advantages the cloud-based deployment model can bring. Here, we examine 4 of those advantages, and take a closer look at why organizations should be looking closer at the "cloud".
As more organizations move to integrate more capabilities into their HRIS, Applicant Tracking System (ATS) software is increasingly becoming a part of the core HR software information systems portfolio—and driving operational-level recruitment processes and functions to new heights. This guide is set up to help organizations determine what non-negotiable requirements their ATS must have.
Hiring a new employee brings many costs, including salary, healthcare, 401k benefits, paid time off and more. So, when budgets are tight, consider who you can bring in at a much lower cost, while still helping to grow the company. Look into the potential of temps, interns and outsourced employees to bring value to your business without the high price tag.