Recruiting Software DEFINITION: An applicant tracking system (ATS), also called a candidate management system, is a software application designed to help an enterprise recruit employees more efficiently. An ATS can be used to post job openings on a corporate Web site or job board, screen resumes, and generate interview requests to potential candidates by e-mail. Other features may include individual applicant tracking, requisition
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Looking for an applicant tracking system (ATS) but don't know where to start? In this blog, learn about the top 100 applicant tracking systems available to employers hiring today. Compare and contrast ATSs across enterprises and SMBs, and learn where companies like Taco Bell, Go Daddy, and CocaCola are investing their ATS dollars.
This expert E-Guide discusses how today's highly competitive talent market has led many human resources (HR) managers to rethink the recruitment process. Also inside, explore the growing roles that applicant tracking systems and social media-based sourcing play in the hunt for quality talent.
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