How would you feel if your team had an extra 1,000 hours of productivity each year? And no, you don’t need to work weekends or sleep on your office chair to get it done.
Time-consuming tasks like scheduling interviews, chasing down hiring managers for feedback, and sifting through resumes takes time away from making your best hire. Valuable time that HR and Talent Acquisition personnel do not have.
But there’s a better way.
The American Heart Association’s hiring process frees up recruiters so they can spend their time sourcing and building relationships with hard-to-find talent. Look at these numbers:
Those are pretty numbers—numbers that will make your entire C-Suite smile. 😊
The truth is you, too, can accomplish record-breaking, jaw-dropping numbers like these.
Integrated, supportive applicant tracking software automates those time-consuming tasks and quickly moves candidates through the application process.
“Embedding automation into our workflow frees up time. iCIMS allows recruiters to do more interviews, source passive candidates, and engage and build relationships with candidates we otherwise wouldn’t have access to.”- Director of TA and Attraction, American Heart Association
Learn more about those jaw-dropping productivity hours in the American Heart Association’s talent acquisition blueprint.
Danielle McClow is a lifelong writer and content creator at iCIMS. Having begun her career in higher education, Danielle has a knack for project management. In her five years at iCIMS, Danielle has worked on every type of marketing and sales collateral and has had her blogs featured on RecruitingDaily and in HR Insights Magazine. She enjoys making technology more accessible and helping her readers get to the “good stuff.” As the core recruitment marketing writer, Danielle helped iCIMS win its first ever Candidate Experience (CandE) Award.
Danielle holds an MA in rhetoric and writing from Monmouth University and a BA in English from Kean University. When not absorbed in content marketing, Danielle enjoys playing with her comic-book-named pups and visiting baseball stadiums.