Finding the right people for the right job is hard enough, without complicating the process with lengthy or complex administrative procedures.
Ciphr Recruitment software ensures the entire recruitment process runs as smoothly and painlessly as possible.
Applicant Tracking System
With Ciphr Recruitment, you can track vacancies and the people who apply for them right through the entire process from creating a new vacancy through the receipt and management of applications to making an offer of employment. The system also generates the correspondence and documentation you need to support these processes.
To help you identify whether an applicant is right for the job, Ciphr Recruitment can match applicants competencies against job profiles. Even if they dont fit the vacancy theyve applied for, Ciphr Recruitment will identify if they may be right for another vacancy you have.
Human Resources Applicant Tracking Software
To ensure you dont lose sight of how the process is progressing, Ciphr Recruitment enables you to track and record any activity that takes place in respect of the vacancy and the applicants and provides an up to date snap shot summary. It also helps you keep an eye on costs, either by vacancy or by candidate, and provides the ability to report and analyse the data to support the recruitment strategies you have chosen.
Ciphr Recruitment works in conjunction with the Ciphr People HR System enabling you to create a vacancy from your existing job details and handling internal as well as external applications. When someone accepts a job offer, their recruitment records are transferred automatically to the employee files, without the need for re-keying or duplication of effort.
When teamed with Ciphr Net, vacancies can be published automatically via the company intranet and offers employees the ability to apply on-line.
"We're already realising many benefits of the new system, not least of a greater level of visibility and reporting information. It's proving invaluable to our managers with the people management aspects of their role"