Click Boarding, a SaaS provider delivering an easier new hire onboarding solution, and The Applicant Manager (TAM), a cloud-based recruiting software solution, today announced a partnership that will make it easier for HR to manage recruiting and onboarding. By delivering ‘easy’, it greatly increases the likelihood that new hires will be just as excited on their first week on the job, as they were getting that first phone call from the recruiter.
“The Applicant Manager and Click Boarding partnership makes perfect sense as we both build customer-centric solutions that focus first and foremost on simplicity to deliver better experiences,” says Christine Marino, Chief Revenue Officer, Click Boarding. “Now HR can recruit and onboard candidates with the greatest of ease, while candidates remain excited about the company they’ve joined.” Continue reading
Years ago, companies could hide behind their impressive buildings and stock earnings, leaving potential employees wishing for a glimpse behind the marble-tiled foyer to find out how it might feel to be one of “them”. Knowing someone who worked there might be the lucky break that could give them the inside scoop they needed to find out bits of knowledge regarding salaries, corporate culture, and advancement opportunities. This would sometimes be all the first-hand information available to a job-seeker before deciding to interview with a company they admired from afar.
Those days are over.
Not only are companies more purposely transparent through the use of websites and a heavy social media presence, but because of sites like Glassdoor, a TAM Integration Partner, their current and past employees have the opportunity to share anything they care to about things like pay, benefits, working conditions, hours, growth potential, and leadership. (see below information on the upcoming Glassdoor webinar)
You’ve no doubt heard the buzz about video interviewing, and know of some companies who have implemented it as part of their recruiting strategy. However, the notion of redesigning interviewing processes, or investing in technology, may make you wonder if it’s worth it.
The video interviewing of the past was expensive. It required costly, bulky equipment, and required coordinating a time and place with compatible equipment on the other end. Now, almost everyone has the capability and access to conduct video interviews via phone, tablet or laptop.
Not only is it less expensive and easier than ever before, but the options are plentiful. Employers can use one-way interviews to gather short, pre-recorded video interviews as candidates are first presenting themselves, as a way to expedite the pre-screening process. For those candidates invited to go further in the interview process, employers can utilize live video interviews in place of the traditional phone interview.
If you’re still reluctant to take the plunge into the world of video interviews, here are a few things you may want to consider: