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During the recruitment process, there is always going to be extra admin for HR professionals to process; however we would encourage HR teams to think carefully about the ways in which they go about reducing this and particularly the potential legal consequences of taking the wrong course of action.”
There are many different ways that recruitment teams can effectively reduce their workload, such as through the use of HR software like Croner Simply Personnel.
How can Croner Simply Personnel help to reduce recruitment admin?
As recruitment is such a vital aspect of HR, our software comes with a Recruitment Manager module that is dedicated to assisting with this. Some of the main benefits to acquiring this module is that it gives you the ability to:
- Automate correspondence
You can set-up the software to e-mail applicants as soon as they complete each stage of the recruitment process.
- Filter by vacancy
Applicants can be viewed by individual vacancy and you can filter this further to show those who have been rejected or accepted.
- Add enquiry agency or source
Quickly see where each applicant has originated from to ensure that you can contact them appropriately (this is also useful for reporting on your most successful sources of recruitment).
- Assign a rating to each applicant
Narrow down the contenders by giving them a rating out of five, so that you can easily choose the front-runners.
- Get reminders about urgent tasks
As soon as you access the Recruitment Manager module, there is a breakdown of all tasks that are due for urgent completion or upcoming – helping you to never forget a thing.
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