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Recruiter Top 10: Tech Tools for Corporate Recruiters

Recruiter Top 10: Tech Tools for Corporate Recruiters
From Recruiter - September 23, 2016

1. Ideal.coms Shortlisting Software

On average, each corporate job opening receives 250 resumes. Thats a lot for one recruiter to handle. And even if your company puts multiple recruiters on the same opening, its still a daunting amount.

Thats why Ideal.coms shortlisting software is so useful. The software learns about current employees experiences, educations, and qualifications, and the uses this information to rank new applicants and shortlist the ones who most closely match current successful employees. That takes a lot of work off a recruiters plateand it helps companies make better hiring decisions in general.

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2. Mya from FirstJob

We covered Mya back in August, but in case you missed it, she is a an artificially intelligent recruiting assistant that can hold lengthy, nuanced conversations with candidates. During the course of these conversations, Mya extracts more information about applicants than one could ever uncover through a resumeand the recruiting team doesnt even have to lift a finger.

Mya also keeps candidates more engaged in the process by acting as a single, immediate point of contact. If they have questions, Mya can answer them. That means an organization can get all the benefits of a super responsive recruiting process without forcing its recruiters to spend all day, every day answering emails from candidates.

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3. Breezy HR

Breezy just does so much: in-app video interviews, customizable candidate scorecards, job posting/advertising, resume parsing, bulk emailing, reference checkingthe list goes on and on. Its truly an all-in-one recruiting platform.

Our favorite part of Breezy, however, is the drag-and-drop pipelining. The interface is highly intuitive, and moving candidates from applied to interviewing to rejected/hired is as simple as clicking and dragging. Talent pipelines can be terribly unruly in the corporate world, but Breezy makes organizing them an absolute breezepun intended.

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4. HireKeep

Similar to Ideal.coms shortlisting software, HireKeep does a lot of the heavy-lifting for recruiters when it comes to screening candidates. Using predictive analytics, the platform matches job seekers with roles and companies where they are most likely to fit the culture and succeed in the job. It also goes one step further, automatically scheduling interviews with candidates who appear to be great fits. Given that corralling candidates, hiring managers, and whomever else might be involved in the hiring process can be one of the most frustrating aspects of being a corporate recruiter, the fact that HireKeep does the screening and scheduling for you should be enough to sell anyone on the platform.

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5. Calendly

Speaking of corralling all the stakeholders in the interview process, Calendly is far and away the best scheduling app there is. You set your availability, you share your calendar with others, and people pick the times that work for them. Calendly replaces the maddening email back-and-forth with a simple link. Your availability is there, and the hiring managers and candidates who need to meet with you can choose slots accordingly. Its a beautiful thing.

We use Calendly ourselves here at Recruiter.com, but we also want to thank Taylur Ngo, marketing manager at Staff Smart, Inc., for nominating Calendly for our list.

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6. Greenhouse

Danica Jones, marketing manager of ConsumerAffairs.com, nominated Greenhouses recruiting platform for our list. Her explanation of why ConsumerAffairs loves Greenhouse says it all:

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