Often candidates patiently wait or anxiously worry about the status of their applications. Using sumHR, create unlimited email templates that give your company a voice and allow you to keep update candidates through their recruitment journey and CRM.
Recruiters turn to technology is to speed up their processes without adding more workload. That's precisely the objective of our trigger-based candidate responses which automatically notify applicants about the status of their applications.
As they say, 'never say never', we too believe that even if you find candidates unsuitable for your current job vacancies, don't miss the opportunity strengthen your potential talent pool by saving them to your ever-growing CV database.
Sending emails is a great way to communicate, personalizing your emails can make a great impression in candidate's minds. Use several data points from the candidate profile and add a personal touch to your recruitment email templates.
With hundreds of candidates on your screen, it can be tedious to segregate them into groups for efficiency. But with our flexible tagging system, your recruitment team can configure tags for better segmentation of candidates in your pipeline.
It'd be impractical to memorize every important piece of info about the several candidates you interact with daily. Instead, use our notepad feature on every candidate's profile that helps you refer back to useful knowledge when needed.
Once a candidate lands on your career site, why make it curmbersome for them to apply by sending separate emails, right? Applicants can use our intuitive application form that collects key candidate info for your ease of recruitment.
Remember the name but can't find the email ID? Got a mobile number but don't know the candidate's name? Just do a quick search on your candidate pool using either name, phone number or email ID and we'll find the one for you.
Want to revisit a bunch of candidates on a previously vacant job you had posted? No sweat! You easily filter down to all the candidates who ever applied for a past job posting which may or may not be active any longer.