Parse résumés gathered from Google Cloud, OneDrive, & DropBox.
Instantly access résumés from job boards & internal databases.
Migrate viewed résumés into the system automatically.
And automatically create applicant profiles.
And find the best candidates from various sources.
And ensure credits are spent efficiently.
And make it easier to find—and select—the right candidates.
And be confident there won’t be any data leaks.
And contact applicants more easily than ever.
TalentHire’s Applicant module features robust resume parsing software to help you get the best potential candidates from anywhere on the web. How do we do it? We integrate, with more job boards, productivity apps, and VMS portals than any other software. Our job board master configuration enables you to control what recruiters use which job boards to find candidates as well as control how many credits are allocated to each recruiter.
Have 2 profiles of the same applicant or someone who started a profile and then made a new one? You can easily merge the data into one full profile, so your applicant numbers stay accurate. Worried about importing a profile already in your system? TalentHire automatically catches duplicates based on their email, so you don’t have to worry about it.
Start with an overall snapshot of the candidate and quickly see where they stand with TalentHire’s easy 5-star rating system for each candidate. You can see ratings on their skills, notes from recruiters, and which job boards their information was sourced from. Then, dive into their personal details, work experience, education, employer details, references, and accomplishments to be sure they are the best candidate for you. If they are, you can email jobs to candidates, email candidates to specific jobs, or send completely personalized emails. Templates make your life easier, but sometimes, you need to add a personal touch.
Speaking of personal touch, every aspect of TalentHire is made to be customized to your business, so pick up any column or row and drag and drop it to where ever it needs to be.