Recruitment Software

CIPHR iRecruit Total
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The challenges faced by recruiters today are tougher than ever; fill key vacancies with talented candidates, reduce agency and hiring costs, reduce employee turnover, improve recruitment efficiency and report on every aspect of the recruitment process - including every penny spent on recruitment costs whilst projecting a positive image to candidates.

Human Resources Recruitment Software System
  • How difficult are you finding it to attract and recruit good candidates?
  • How efficient are your recruitment processes?
  • Do you know the true cost of your recruitment?
  • Are you spending your money wisely with the best people?
  • How much time is dedicated to servicing the recruitment process?

CIPHR i-Recruit Total is an online recruitment platform for leading organisations who want to directly manage their recruitment of, and relationship with, future talent. CIPHR i-Recruit Total enables organisations to manage the applications and relationships with thousands of applicants.

Online Recruitment : Recruitment Selection

The technology behind CIPHR i-Recruit Total is successfully used to hire thousands of people - from hundreds of thousands of applicants - by some of the worlds biggest brand names and recruiters. At any one time, there are 400 concurrent applicants using our platform somewhere in the world.

CIPHR i-Recruit Total allows you to report on all recruitment costs, apply consistent Recruitment policies (reducing your time to hire), improve your management of agencies and retain an applicant talent pool. The result of this is a typical saving of 10% on your agency and recruitment costs in the first year, and up to 40% savings over time.


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"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"
- Helen Archibald, HR Director