Browsed by
Tag: passive candidate recruiting strategies

Why every Recruiter should have this Passive-Candidate Recruiting Tool?

Why every Recruiter should have this Passive-Candidate Recruiting Tool?

Recruiters strive to source and place more candidates in the least amount of time with minimum resources. But that remains an elusive goal for the majority, because the traditional ‘reactive sourcing’ strategy doesn’t allow them to accomplish as much as they would like.

Experts suggest that in order to be successful you got to adopt the proactive sourcing strategy. It involves a lot of changes and challenges as well. You got to change the way you work, revisit your processes and create a solid recruitment plan based on the number of hires you want to make, the industry/domain/skill set, location and how hard or easy it is easy to fill.

Once you have answers for these questions, you must then devise a strategy to search candidates and build a candidate pipeline. You can manually search candidates from the Internet, social networking sites, job boards and other sources but it is a time-consuming and tiresome task. You end up losing most of your productive time searching candidates. Employing additional resources doesn’t offer much help either. This is why every recruiter should have a passive-candidate recruiting tool such as ResumeGrabber JobSuite.

ResumeGrabber JobSuite is a passive candidate recruiting tool that helps you to source and place more candidates in the least amount of time and with minimal resources. You can source and import resumes from almost any source on the Internet and you can build your candidate pipeline in no time.

ResumeGrabber JobSuite helps you to import resumes from networking sites, search engines, job boards, PC folders and Outlook Email folders as well.

What’s more, you can find missing email and phone numbers of your candidates and reach them instantly.

Download ResumeGrabber JobSuite today and try it yourself

 

SHARE Share on LinkedInTweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on StumbleUponEmail this to someone