Recruiter FAQ

Check out some of the top questions that recruiters ask about cloud-based software, and just get in touch with us if you have a query that isn’t listed here!

1. What is an Applicant Tracking System?

An Applicant Tracking System, or ATS, is a cloud-based program or software that compiles and presents data about candidates who apply for a job opening in an organization. Acting as a hiring assistant, modern recruitment systems like Jobsoid also include other features that take care of bulk communications, sharing and collaboration, smart candidate filtering and much more.

2. How can an Applicant Tracking System help my organization?

The main way that an ATS helps organizations is by reducing the time, energy, money and effort spent on tracking and managing information about candidates. Recruitment is often one of the most cumbersome processes that HR personnel deal with, especially when there are thousands of applicants for a single job opening. Applicant Tracking Systems like Jobsoid are designed to take over most of the work for you.

3. Are you a Job Portal?

Jobsoid is not a job portal, but more of a handy helper for your company’s recruitment process. As a cloud-based recruitment system, it takes over the tasks of data entry, communication management, candidate tracking and more, leaving you free to focus on locating the right candidate for each position. In fact, the software can automatically post a job opening at different locations and portals and track responses on your behalf.

4. What is Recruiter Intelligence?

Recruiter Intelligence is the ability of a system to reduce the workload that is typically part of the recruitment process. It works just like an intelligent recruiter, who would try to delegate tasks like data entry or bulk email responses to someone else, and thus free up time for screening applicants who seem like a good fit. With Jobsoid’s intuitive and customized system, the bulk of the workload is automated so you can focus on hiring.

5. Can a computer really suggest me best fit candidates?

Computers may not have the same capacity to judge a candidate’s attitude and ability as a face-to-face meeting offers, but they can ensure you aren’t wasting time on interviewing under-qualified or inexperienced applicants. Since certain criteria are often crucial to a post, the system can sort through all the applications received and suggest good fits based on parameters you specify, whom you can then shortlist and meet!