Posts Tagged ‘Recruiting software’

Recruiting Software at its Core

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Most companies that are just beginning to invest in recruiting software usually purchase a “core HR software program.”

Core programs provide basic HR services needed by a company, regardless of whether they’re a small business or large corporation. These programs are used to streamline processes typically completed by the HR department, increase accuracy in information and reduce the amount of work required to update employee personnel files.

Several manufacturers have created core HR software programs for businesses, so it’s often hard to choose. But keep in mind that most companies need software that will focus on payroll, employee benefits and attendance tracking. Most core software programs will allow you to add expansion programs later on.

Recruiting Software Benefits

Written by Andrew Rothman on . Posted in Industry

If you own a business or work in an HR department, you may already know about the benefits of recruiting software. However, if you’re looking for a way to make the recruiting process easier, there are many reasons you should look into using recruiting software.

Recruiting software not only makes life easier for those in the HR department, but makes the company as a whole function better, be more focused, more organized and make better and more informed decisions. Recruiting software also helps companies save a considerable amount of time and money, according to an article by Ezine.

Most recruiting software is capable of handling employee information, such as names, addresses, income tax withholdings, available vacation days, holiday pay, child support payments, garnishing and retirement savings. Most software also allows employers to better use direct deposit and print statements, forms and reports.

Recruiting Software Benefits HR Managers

Written by Andrew Rothman on . Posted in Industry, News

Most HR managers believe their companies would benefit from recruiting software.

The most recent HR Challenges Survey from Taleo found that the top three challenges facing HR managers in the United Kingdom this year are succession planning, employee retention and providing leadership with better management information and reporting.

Unfortunately, it does not appear as though HR departments will have the additional funding to help them manage talent and support business leadership. Of the respondents, about 70 percent predict that less than 10 percent of their company’s technology funding will be used on tools to help them manage talent.

5 Reasons to Use Recruiting Software Via SaaS

Written by Andrew Rothman on . Posted in Industry, News

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.

Recruiting Software Helps Students Find Work

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Recruiting software solutions are making it easier for students at one Michigan university to find jobs. Go to http://pcrecruiter.net/home.htm to learn more about recruiting software.

The Central Michigan University Student Employment Services office works with about 5,500 students every year, helping them find employment on and off campus. Fortunately for students, almost all CMU departments hire students for a variety of job assignments during the year.

According to an article by The Morning Sun, students can apply for those positions simply by checking postings in the Student Employment Services office and contacting the department to fill out a job application or by filling out an online application on the department’s Web site.