January 13, 2013
Any company looking to snag new hires knows recruiting can be a challenge. Companies want their process to be affordable and easy, but digging through social media profiles and managing posts on scattered job boards just isn’t something many businesses have the time or manpower for.
Enter RecruitingHop, a startup that’s hoping to fix messy recruiting practices among companies. The website enables any business to take its hiring process mobile, providing the opportunity to create a mobile-optimized job site to empower candidates to apply via their smartphones or other device.
Based in San Francisco, RecruitingHop allows companies to develop an end-to-end mobile recruiting strategy in weeks. Companies can brand their mobile sites, collect applications, and view candidate behavior analytics. RecruitingHop even integrates with businesses’ existing applicant tracking systems (ATS) — like Bullhorn, Taleo, and Kenexa — so they can capture applicant information. Social media integration with sites like Facebook and LinkedIn means companies can expand the reach of their recruitment net by leveraging the power of referrals.
Today, companies are tasked with the challenge of finding a way to reach and retain candidate attention on mobile devices. In the U.S., smartphones now make up half of the country’s mobile subscriptions, and 22 percent of U.S. adults own tablets. Mobile device ownership is increasing at exponential rates, meaning companies that fail to optimize their recruitment process for mobile devices may end up falling behind entirely.
Most career sites are either not mobile friendly or don’t allow candidates to apply via their mobile devices. RecruitingHop solves both problems, integrating with existing business solutions to streamline the hiring process.
For companies looking for a speedy mobile recruitment solution, RecruitingHop offers a slew of agreeable features. Businesses can take advantage of RecruitingHop’s monthly subscription model. To learn more, visit RecruitingHop’s website here.
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