4 Time-Saving Hacks for Recruiters


Recruiters today face a riddle. With a limited recruitment market, exceptional providers are provided Candidate experience And investor Interviewer training More essential than ever for laying on top talent. At the same time, recruiters are pressed for time as companies increase the number of their employees –Especially for technical positions.

The question then is: How can recruiters increase their recruitment while creating a personalized and enjoyable experience for each candidate in their pipeline?

This is where automation Kicks. Automating core recruitment functions frees up recruiters to do what they excel at: building relationships with candidates. As one Tel Aviv leader expressed coming A recent survey, “Automation saves time so recruiters can focus more on the candidate experience” – and DAExhibitions That over 80 percent of recruiters agree.

As experts in the field, CodeSignal and GoodTime have identified some easy ways to leverage recruitment automation to free up time for recruiters.

1. Automate your interview scheduling

Scheduling interviews is one of those activities where more time spent is not equal to more value accrued. In fact, an automated interview scheduling tool tends to make mistakes much less than a person and can maneuver between multiple interviewer schedules in a fraction of the time it will take for a recruiter. However, many recruitment teams still schedule interviews manually.

A recent study by GoodTime Find that using an automated interview scheduling tool can increase the productivity of a recruiting team b Up to 200 percent.

At their best, these tools can turn all scheduling back and forth with candidates, including:

  • Request for candidate availability
  • Match the availability of the candidate with the calendars of the interviewing team
  • Send calendar invitations with relevant information and links in advance
  • Optimize efficiency by scheduling in minutes, not hours

Set up automated emails for tracking and reminder

Reminder and follow-up message automation is one of the easiest automation breaches to recruit because it is probably a feature of a tool you are already using, such as ATS or your technical assessment platform. An email reminder before an upcoming interview is an easy way to do this Increase the number of touch points That create a positive experience for the candidate.

These emails do not have to be very personal – they just need to be helpful. This is entirely possible with a template, an automatic email.

Take advantage of the integrations between tools you already use

Integrations are an effective hack but often do not utilize time savings for recruiters. Well done, integrations can Reduce the number of external tools A recruiter has to navigate his daily work from a dozen to only 2-3: his ATS, LinkedIn and email, for example.

Here are some of the most useful combinations for recruiters:

  • GoodTime Tool for Video Conferencing (Google Meet)
  • Candidate Evaluation Tool (CodeSignal) for scheduling tool
  • Managing site visitors (Envoy) for candidate tracking system (Greenhouse, SmartRecruiters, iCIMS)
  • Candidate for Recruitment Analysis Tool (Gem)

4. Use source or sort automation tools

Automation can also play a surprisingly useful role in recruiting more seemingly subjective functions: candidate search and candidate selection. In fact, recruiters surveyed at a Last report List the source as the most useful area for automation recruitment.

Automatic source tools Leverage artificial intelligence to identify passive candidates who possess the skills and experience that match the roles you are recruiting, and save recruiters countless hours of scrolling through LinkedIn profiles.

Technical sorting tools, On the other hand, automates candidate screening processes at the top of the funnel (usually a manual resume review) by measuring the candidates’ skills directly using a verified assessment and forecasting tool. These allow recruiters to confidently promote candidates who meet a certain threshold for technical skills without having to rely on a resume as a proxy for these skills.

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Signal code Is a rating company that helps the world #GoBeyondResumes. CodeSignal has created advanced job simulation technology so that recruitment teams can assess skills in better loyalty, provide a better candidate experience and hire the right talent for the positions, on a scale. Founded in 2015, CodeSignal is trusted by the world’s leading technology companies, including Brex, Databricks, Facebook, Instacart, Robinhood, Upwork and Zoom.

GoodTime Enables talent acquisition teams to create an effective, equitable and customized candidate experience that leads to leading talent faster. GoodTime is the only human resource technology solution that can help promote diversity initiatives, while fostering measurable impact for each candidate. See why the world’s top talent acquisition teams, including Zoom, Instacart and DropBox, rely on GoodTime to cut transaction time metrics, and provide up to 50% savings on transaction expenses.



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