As the economy improves, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for businesses to find qualified job applicants. HiringThing is a tool that companies can use to find new employees with advanced qualifications, industry experience, and an eagerness to succeed.
The moment a position opens up at your company, head over to HiringThing and post a new job listing. The listing you create can be customized to match the look of your existing website, and it will be posted to dozens of job boards (including Indeed, SimplyHired, and TalentZoo) immediately once you’re ready to publish. All incoming applications can be routed to one central place, and you can streamline communication by scheduling interviews, asking pertinent questions, reviewing resumes, and sharing applicant information all within the HiringThing platform. HiringThing encourages users to create screening questions for applicants. Based on the answers they receive, managers can review and rate each applicant independently before taking the time to meet in person.
One of the most interesting parts of HiringThing is the platform’s Applicant Analytics feature. Managers can see where applicants are coming from, and how applicant volume has changed over time. By tracking referrals and collecting data from their postings, managers can gain insight into the hiring process and fine-tune their recruitment strategies going forward.
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