The welcoming of new blood in the workplace is an exciting time at any company. New employees bring a fresh layer to company culture, infuse the atmosphere with new ideas and perspective, and lend a pair of eager, helping hands. Once a new employee walks through the door, they’ve been through a vigorous recruiting process led by your company’s HR, and likely managed by recruitment management software.
Recruitment management software, or RMS, is used by businesses for a variety of functions throughout the recruiting and hiring process. With it, you can post job openings and descriptions, engage existing communities of candidates, collect applications, manage communication with applicants, schedule interviews, and even perform a background check.
Using a modern RMS not only provides the ability to access a new bevy of talent, it allows you to seamlessly transition applicants into HR records once they’re hired, and produce reports of your recruiting efforts. In order to help you navigate the new world of RMS, we created the “Overview of Recruitment Management Software” e-book.
Download the guide to learn:
- How Recruitment Management Software works
- Features of RMS systems
- Benefits of using a RMS
- RMS trends
- Top tips for evaluating RMS’s