Candidate Tracking & Relationship Management
Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) helps you with candidate tracking and sourcing. CRM is your centralized database for contacts from many sources, including your ATS applicants, resumes from online databases, and Talent Network members. CRM candidate profiles include their contact information, resume, and employment history. Your recruiters can add notes or tags to further classify candidates. You can use HealthcareSource CRM to manage all aspects of candidate engagement, leveraging marketing techniques such as branded email campaigns and text messaging.
View Candidate Profiles
The candidate profile includes contact information, resume, and application history. The timeline view is a helpful way to see education details and identify employment gaps. You can categorize candidates as they progress through your internal review process. Stages such as “New” and “Reviewed” allow your recruiters to organize their records. Candidate tracking is easier with recruiter-created tags and notes to record interactions with candidates.
Work with Open Jobs
Open jobs are synchronized with your HealthcareSource Applicant Tracking System. Recruiters can add candidates to current jobs or create job pipelines for future hiring. You can also view all candidates associated with a job and their level of engagement. The jobs also include ATS information, such as the requisition number and the date the job posted.
Segment Candidates with Folders and Tags
Your candidate database will continue to grow over time, and recruiters need ways to manage candidate details as they review and reach out. Folders let you group similar candidates together based on key information, such as location or job title. You can also add an additional layer of segmentation using tags, such as “silver medalist” or “experienced,” to help you identify highly qualified candidates.
Maintain Your Candidate Database
You need to be able to use your database for candidate tracking no matter how much it grows. Key information, like resume age, helps your recruiters in their outreach efforts. You can execute refresh campaigns to ask candidates to update their contact information. Current and accurate information is key for sourcing open positions. You can track the growth and makeup of your database using the Candidate Source Report.