Hey, Stuck at choosing the best recruitment tools for you. Here I can help. Most of us are aware of many recruitment tools available for simplifying the work of the recruitment industry. But only a few of us really know that which are the best ones that really increase productivity, reduce or overcome hassles of recruiters and hiring managers. Many a times, there is also a confusion regarding choosing the best ones. So, I have come up with the following "Top 10 Recruitment Tools" :

1.  LinkedIn

LinkedIn enables the recruiters to do advanced search, build personal network of professionals, scan 2nd degree connections, stay in touch with former trusted colleagues for future employment, share status updates, search for employees based on references, join LinkedIn groups, use ‘Inmail’ and internal inbox, know more about potential candidates etc.

2. Interview Mocha

Hiring is an investment and a risk. You need to make sure you’re finding the right person for the job. Interview Mocha helps you make confident hiring decisions the first time with world's largest set of pre-employment skill assessments and simulators that accurately assess your candidate.


3. Twitter

Twitter is treated as a virtual networking event. It has a huge network of people and these much people you get free of cost whereas you have to usually pay to reach people. As a completely open social network, it is very easy to use Twitter to engage and build relationships with active users in your target talent pool that you don’t already know – which can’t be said of LinkedIn and Facebook.


4. Meetup

Meetup is an online platform for organizing offline meetups around topics of interest including professional topics. People spend their time where they can share mutual interests with like-minded followers, and Meetup is one of the many sites that facilitate this interaction. Thus, with just a little massaging, Meetup can be a goldmine for any recruiter.

5. Skype

Skype is a video calling tool that is widely used for candidate screening through video interviews. So, Skype has enabled recruiters to reach to candidates overcoming the barriers like location, time etc.


6. Facebook

Facebook always has an advantage of having younger generation. Recruiters could reach the younger generation job-seekers on the platform or social network that they feel most comfortable with. It boosts a company’s image to potential recruits.


7. The PRM group

The PRM Group offers investigative analysis services designed to mitigate your risks when hiring staff and its service offerings include Probity Checks, Background Checks, Security Checks and Biometrics.


8. Whirlpool forums

The purpose of Whirlpool forums is to provide a place for people to discuss. The whirlpool forums usually have some form of commentary about a graduate program or an organisation as a graduate employer like if its incorrect information about a graduate remuneration rates when they haven't even been determined yet.

9. Culture Amp

Culture Amp takes running an employee survey and combines it with a great user experience and powerful analytics. People get fully customizable engagement, onboarding, exit, pulse and specialized surveys out-of-the-box. People get to share a workplace with generally like-minded, happy, enthusiastic people working on something they care about.


 10. Sonar6

Sonar6 offers online performance management and succession planning solutions for companies. It automates employee performance reviews as well as gives managers practical tips and guidance to develop their employees and make smarter business decisions.



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