Getting the best out of your recruitment software is a topic close to our hearts.

There are lots of off-the-shelf Applicant Tracking Systems which can deliver you the bare essentials – but we want to open your eyes to what else is out there.

In a new guest blog for the In-house Recruitment Network, we’ve explored three features of an ATS, from talent pooling to reporting capabailities.

From the minimal level of functionality you should expect right up to more complex, clever and innovative technology and integrations, we take you through from bare necessities to your ATS wishlist.

Read it here now: Your ATS: From The Bare Essentials To The Wish List

And please remember – if you feel you’re not getting the best out of your recruitment software, and are worried that your ATS is more Z-List than Wish List, talk to us – even if it’s just for an informal chat.

We’ve partnered with the In-house Recruitment Network for a series of exciting events this year, starting with ‘The Conversation’ in April – an all-day conference for in-house recruitment professionals.

We’re delighted to be sponsoring this event, and look forward to a day of industry insights and lively discussions.

To find out more about the conference, please visit the In-house Recruitment Network event page.

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About the author

Hannah Vincent

From candidate experience to flexible working, and from supporting graduates to ATS reports; Hannah's written it all over the years! Hannah has contributed to publications as diverse as The Guardian, UK Recruiter and University Business. She is also the wordsmith behind our whitepapers and guides, from GDPR to Employee Volunteering.