It seems these days that large recruiting organizations are increasingly evaluating or implementing recruitment CRMs (or candidate relationship management). That's good. As we've covered before, your ATS isn't designed to build long term relationships with candidates and that's not changing anytime soon. But in the case of CRM, what you don't know could hurt you.
We know recruitment marketing and recruitment CRM are the hottest topics in recruiting right now. Recent research by Aptitude Research Partners and Brandon Hall Group points out the importance and the demand for these crucial capabilities.
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Whether you call it proactive hiring, predictable hiring, or recruitment marketing, recruiting leaders are recognizing that they need strong candidate sourcing and engagement capability to be successful in today’s recruiting environment.
The fact is that the supply of active candidates is low. Demand is high and the list of impacted, hard to fill positions continues to grow.
In part one of our three part series on key recruiting CRM practices, we discussed the need to use tools outside your ATS, establishing and growing a centralized talent pool, segmenting your pool, utilizing talent networks, integrating with your ATS, and generally taking a proprietary approach to acquiring and maintaining candidate data. In part two, we discussed maximizing the talent pool, integrating sourcing into your strategies, tapping “silver medalists”, having a “search first” mindset, and growing your pipelines. In the third and final installment of the series, we build upon the first two parts and discuss six more key recruiting CRM practices that can help transform and optimize your recruiting organization:
In part one of our three part series on key recruiting CRM practices, we discussed the need to use tools outside your ATS, establishing and growing a centralized talent pool, segmenting your pool, utilizing talent networks, integrating with your ATS, and generally taking a proprietary approach to acquiring and maintaining candidate data. We continue the conversation here in part two of the series. Here are five more key recruiting CRM practices that you can build upon part one and that can help transform and optimize your recruiting organization:
Strategic recruiting CRM is the use of software for capturing candidate data, automating sourcing, segmenting, and engaging large numbers of candidates for the purpose of being more proactive in your recruiting processes. Strategic CRM forms the foundation of a new kind of recruiting organization that uses modern sales and marketing techniques and automation to maximize every candidate interaction and centralize a proprietary talent pool for sourcing. In the first of a three part series, we take a look at six key recruiting CRM practices that can help transform and optimize your recruiting organization.
Strategic recruiting CRM (candidate relationship management) software helps recruiters organize, automate, and synchronize candidate attraction and marketing activities. Recruiting organizations can now search, segment, and engage huge volumes of candidates with pinpoint accuracy.
Talemetry’s Advanced Source & CRM and Job Broadcast solutions are now available in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, offering added value to Oracle Taleo customers. The solutions provide deep integration with Oracle® Taleo recruiting systems and enable Taleo clients to source, engage, and attract more of the right candidates using jobs and candidate data from Taleo.
Talemetry has teamed up with OHUG for a special half-day program for Oracle recruiting clients titled “Advanced Sourcing & CRM for Oracle HCM.” It will take place on Thursday, October 8, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (CDT) in Chicago, IL at the Hyatt Regency. It is a free event and culminates in a hosted networking lunch.
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You may be familiar with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, which businesses use to manage interactions with both current and potential customers. Now allow us to introduce its close cousin, Candidate Relationship Management (CRM), a category of software that, in its very basic form, helps recruiters track all of the information and tasks associated with candidate interaction.
You may be quick to point out that there are applicant tracking systems, including Oracle HCM recruiting solutions, that manage the application to hire process.