Keeping track of candidate sourcing when you’re using multiple channels can be quite difficult. Imagine, you’re sharing a job posting on a site like Monster. You can create a custom URL for the job posting with a defined source (“Monster”) so that every candidate who applies through that particular job posting on Monster gets tagged as such.
Spread news of your open positions far and wide by sharing it on your favorite social media channels like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Through share option, your Facebook brand page will display a list of open job postings on it. This way, your Facebook fans won’t have to go far to find out if they can help you become even more awesome.
Employees can refer friends and family to the company and keep track of their status through the hiring pipeline, from your recruitment system. Even if they don’t know someone personally, employees can share job postings from the ATS onto their social networks and let their connections know you’re hiring.
Connect your careers mailbox (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your applicant tracking system so that every email gets automatically added as an application and its sender, an applicant. This way, even if a candidate doesn’t spot a position they’re interested in, they can still email their resume to you for future consideration.
You can list job postings on your website, use job embeds. A single line of code ensures that you have an up-to-date list of open positions. You have to go to IT just once to get this up and running.
A unique email address for every job posting helps you make sure that when you’re candidate sourcing through a vendor, they get automatically added to the posting.
When candidates upload their resumes during the application process, Aviahire automatically parses their resumes and populates their profile with all the info from it, thus making all of that info searchable.