dropped to be competetive.
The argument most management made was to keep Design and Engineering here in the US while sending manufacturing overseas. The reality is Manufacturing and Design/Engineering go hand in hand and typically by moving manufacturing you lose the iterative process of design improvements (or atleast it becomes very cumbersome to manage).
Good sign, companies are making more here for customers in the US..…
illing to shell out real money for a tool/site/resource that can provide just the email address of folks I source on LinkedIn.
Anyone have a favorite tool/website they use to go from name/company to email address?
I've looked at Zoominfo, but they miss the mark a bit on this.
Much thanks in advance!
tion & I would start with some of the basics like bullhorn, big biller & the like. You can find a great robust solution for small teams.
On a different note, we recently began tracking our sourcing efforts by using bookmarking tools. You might consider taking a look at it. ATS's are cumbersome when tracking profiles or any pre-recruiting work. There are so many free tools and so little time to evaluate them all.
der-the-radar forays into their seemingly endless morass of marketable human detritus to find that rare pearl that some VC startup thinks is worth a fee. Your endless assault on those large, cumbersome, slow-witted herds of human averageness who pride themselves on being the new norm when, in actuality, new Norm is a fat guy over in purchasing.
Wll, I admit, it might be a little over the top, but.....you get the idea........…
ite, I'd be tempted.
What I'd like to hear from y'all recruiters are recommendations for candidate and job tracking software. Our firm, 51 years old and not eager to change (yet), uses Ultra Staff; retched to use but thorough if you can stand all the cumbersome, DIY populating of info. Few if any of the 18 recruiters here use it properly because it's so user-hostile.
I've also seen a demo for Sendout at a Danny Cahill seminar. I understand it ain't cheap (yes, you usually get what you pay for).
So what software works well, and why and how, for you?
of outlook, which means we could not leverage the power of the database. I've seen that with other systems too, if people find it too difficult, they won't fully use it and that has a negative effect. The two I've used and liked the most are pcrecruiter and cbiz. Both are comparable in price, around $70 a month per user and you have the option of web or server based. Both are easy to learn and use. I used cbiz for years and loved it, simple and robust, you can parse in hundreds of resumes with a simple click, do bulk emails, easily synch from outlook, and more. Recently had to switch to Pcrecruiter as others in my office are on it and we wanted to share information more easily and am finding that just as effective and easy to use.
also have an integration capability with an HRIS (and in general) provides version/form/reporting control for HR/personnel administrators. Due to the stringent EEO/HR/AAP laws corporate businesses are held to, you have to quantify your applicant pool for yearend reporting. I know a lot of corporate businesses will have an ATS administrator so their recruiters can focus on recruiting, then they can cross-pollinate info sharing so everything is documented accordingly. Similar to what I've seen in the staff model with a front office coordinator, etc. If you have to do it yourself, definitely adds hours to your day, but I firmly believe there's something safe and manageable about the whole process in the end. Definitely prevents having to hold onto emails!…
to put all of your information in one place (LI Profile) it is cumbersome and overload for most prospective employers. They are seeking qualified applicants that fill the needs that they have and would prefer not to wade through a multitude of information to find the most qualified candidate. Jessica right on point with the increment of time spent.
We all understand that the job market is tough and finding the right person at the right time is sometimes an all consuming challenge, why then would we want to bog it down even more with information that is not pertinent to the employer or the job seeker?
I must say that consumer feedback is what it is all about! Modern technology and the influence it has had on the way that we approach the topic of employment is evolving constantly. Possibly through these discussion boards we will represent a greater need and some suggestions on how to improve on existing systems, so that we can avoid confusing the situation any more than it has already been.…
le Outlook Contacts with a single click. In most cases, it can replace the need for an expensive Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and reduce costs by thousands of dollars per year. Another revolutionary feature of of this is that it allows you to sync your contacts with your Smartphone and take your contacts with your wherever you go.
How Can this Help Me?
This software was created in order to help people in the staffing and recruiting industry manage the influx of resumes they are receiving within their email applications. Without it, storing resumes and creating contacts is cumbersome and if you are using an ATS, it is extremely expensive. With this, creating a contact that contains a name, phone, address, email address, as well as the full resume takes under one second and only requires a single click from its user.
If you would like a free down load let me know. I have used it and it is awesome.…