Best 5 Recruiting Tools for HR Managers In 2018

January 3, 20182:58 pm3029 views

In 2018, Southeast Asia region is projected to see strong economic outlook with ongoing digitalisation, and steady market expansion that will drive salary growth in several sectors. However, the region might face real challenges in talent attraction and retention due to current talent crunch and high employee turnover rates. Owing to this reason, it becomes imperative for HR managers to simplify and streamline their recruitment process.

Recruitment is no longer all about finding the right people, but also the right technology. Along with rapid development of new technology, the use of traditional methods in recruiting new talent is declining. In order to win in the war of talents, hiring manager needs to develop new approaches and tools to attract the best-fit human capital for their organisation. To keep up with the latest hiring trend, professional recruiters must utilise HR technology and leverage talent recruiting tools that will help them improve the hiring process.

HR technology will continue play dominant role in business strategy and become the game-changer in the way people conduct recruitment. The coming of digital transformation has urged hiring managers to embrace change and develop new means of drawing agile talents to the team. Here are best 5 recruiting tools you should be using in 2018:

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  1. Google Hire

Search and identify the best talents more simply and efficiently with Google Hire. Offering better recruitment process by integrating Gsuite and your calendar, this tool enable you to schedule interviews and send emails at the same time. Its applicant tracking system also allows you to build and customise hiring process to engage with potential talents. It also has team collaboration features that allow you to communicate with talents through G-chat, videos, as well as cross-team visibility.

  1. BambooHR

If you want user-friendly HR software service for small and midsize businesses, BambooHR can be the best option in the market. With its applicant tracking and time-off tracking, you can find the right people faster while spending less time on time off thanks to the automated time-off requests they offer. It also provides feature of employee self-onboarding to help increase employee retention and engagement. Accessible in several languages and currencies, this tool can help managers to track employee database and records.

  1. Yello

With its tagline Humanize the Candidate Experience, Yello provides unprecedented speed and transparency throughout the candidate journey. Some of its features include automate interview scheduling, talent relationship management, candidate evaluation, employee referrals, video interviewing, as well as digital experience through mobile apps.

  1. Jobvite

Jobvite is a cloud-based applicant tracking system that promises great candidate experience and conduct more efficient recruitment. Its software enables you to manage several hiring processes at once, including screening candidates, doing interviews, and sending out offers. You can customise the service based on your company size, such as onboarding management and customer relationship management.

  1. iCIMS Talent Platform

It is one of the largest Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers of talent acquisition and management solutions. Through its Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) framework, iCIMS gives you the ability to connect all of the talent acquisition systems under one platform of record. It also allows you to conduct better onboarding process, monitor job openings and application statuses in a single dashboard, as well as nurture passive candidates through marketing automation practices.

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