Applicant Tracking

3 Reasons an Applicant Tracking System Can Be Beneficial for Your Company

3 Reasons an Applicant Tracking System Can Be Beneficial for Your Company

Keeping track of applicants for your company is vital, particularly if you deal heavily in seasonal hiring. Understanding how long it typically takes to fill a vacant position and how often you’re hiring new employees throughout the year can help you run your business smoothly and efficiently. Additionally, it is important to monitor the reasons certain candidates are rejected, and keep records of all applications that come through your Human Resources office. Consider these three reasons why an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) can be beneficial for your company:

3 Key Features to Look for in an HRM Software

3 Key Features to Look for in an HRM Software

Human Resource Management (HRM) software has revolutionized the way that businesses manage their people on a daily basis. These platforms were initially started to enable organizations to become more efficient through digitizing many of their processes. Now, HRM software has given businesses the ability to involve their employees in an assortment of processes. This has dramatically changed the workflow to become not only more automated but also engaging. Now there are specific features of HRM software that are going to help your business to scale at a lower cost while also growing a company culture that embraces innovation.

What to Ask a Candidate's References

What to Ask a Candidate's References

If you’ve been fortunate enough to find a qualified, personable candidate who fits all the right molds of an open position it can feel like you won the jackpot. They interviewed with everyone well, have applicable experience, and can even start when you want them to. There’s just one more step to take: checking their references.

3 Ways to Optimize Your Recruiting Process

3 Ways to Optimize Your Recruiting Process

Turnover is expensive, there’s no denying it. On top of lost productivity, you have the time it takes to find, hire, and onboard the new employee. On top of that, you have to make sure the new hire is qualified and won’t leave within the first three months. There’s no one right way to find a qualified employee, but there are certain steps you can take to streamline the process of finding your “perfect fit”.

4 Reasons Your Business Needs an Applicant Tracking System

4 Reasons Your Business Needs an Applicant Tracking System

Keeping track of applicants for your organization is one of the most important aspects of managing a business, and the best way to do this is to use an Applicant Tracking System. An ATS will help you monitor certain analytics such as how long it takes, on average, to fill a vacant position and how often you’re hiring new employees throughout the year, thereby helping your business run smoother and more efficiently. Not convinced? Read on to see why you should be using at Applicant Tracking System for all your hiring needs.

Product Update: New Indeed Integration Helps Employers Reach the Right Talent Faster

Product Update: New Indeed Integration Helps Employers Reach the Right Talent Faster

The data is clear: Indeed is a top source of hire for employers using Dominion’s Applicant Tracking Software.  Today, we’re is excited to announce our new integration with Indeed. Dominion is always looking for ways to help employers reach the right talent faster - that’s why we’ve created a new integration with Indeed, the world’s #1 job site.

Four Recruiting Strategies Small Businesses Can Use to Compete With The Big Boys

Four Recruiting Strategies Small Businesses Can Use to Compete With The Big Boys

Small businesses don’t have the budget or large HR teams their larger competitors do. Small business owners may not have formal recruitment strategies and they can’t offer large signing bonuses or new-world benefit packages. And yet they have to draw talent from the same applicant pool as larger companies. So how do small businesses win over the attention of the best applicants on the market?