5 Reasons to Use Recruiting Software Via SaaS

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Most companies today use some form of recruiting software (Click here), as well as software for human resources, payroll and staffing purposes. However, those companies may not know how much more they could benefit from Software as a Service.

Software as a Service, or SaaS, is a fairly new business model that allows companies to use the software applications they rely on every day in a whole new way. There are currently thousands of SaaS applications that can handle a variety of tasks.

New technology is allowing SaaS companies to provide their services to clients at a low cost by using cloud computing, open development and flexible software models. In addition, SaaS allows companies to choose their own pricing plan so they can get the most for their money.

HR Software Could Benefit Companies with Increasing Staffing Needs

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Companies that are worried about staffing could stand to benefit from implementing HR software (Click here).

A recent survey from SWC Technology Partners looked at the technologies, strategies and tactics generating the biggest impact for mid-market companies, as well as less vital projects those companies are putting off until next year.

When asked about staffing, the number of respondents who said they are looking to boost application development in staffing levels was 13 percent higher than last year, while the number turning to outsourcing was 6 percent higher than last year.

ATS Saves Schools Millions

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Most private businesses know that using an applicant tracking system, or ATS, during the hiring process can be extremely beneficial, especially in terms of saving time and money. Lately, however, that trend seems to be working its way into public sector businesses, such as governments and schools.

Most recently, officials in the United Kingdom announced that the use of an ATS or other recruiting software could reduce the country’s national cost of advertising for school teacher and support staff positions by almost two-thirds.

In response, a new Schools Recruitment Service was created, which offers schools a faster and more efficient and standardized application system. About 52 local authorities representing more than 8,000 schools and 32 academies have already signed up to use the new software.

HR Software Manages Time and Attendance

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Most employers know their company can benefit from the use of HR software, but more and more employers are figuring out ways to use the software more effectively. Go to http://pcrecruiter.net/home.htm to learn more.

One problem many employers are encountering, according to an article by CRM Buyer, is that some employees are abusing time cards and accounting for false overtime. In addition, manual time and attendance record-keeping can often lead to costly errors in payroll accounting.

Because of these issues, many employers are beginning to use automated time and attendance programs, which can greatly reduce the costs associated with traditional record-keeping and cut down the chance of errors and falsities. The software also can help companies more efficiently use personnel resources.

Recruitment Software Company Releases Social Networking White Paper

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We previously reported that recruitment software company Bullhorn had produced a white paper advising recruiters on how they can use LinkedIn and other social networks for recruiting purposes.

Now, BrightMove, Inc., an applicant tracking system and recruitment software (Click here) company that provides services for HR, staffing and recruitment outsourcing companies, also has released a white paper designed to help recruiting firms and HR departments get their social media recruitment efforts in gear.

The white paper focuses on the fact that recruiting software should only be one small aspect of recruiting and that creativity and networking savvy are driving the recruiting revolution.