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com)-- The employer technology known as the Applicant Tracking System (ATS), first used more than two decades ago to manage what one recruiter calls "a tsunami" of resumes submitted online, may be responsible for the skills gap widely bemoaned by employers and play a role in the current unemployment crisis.
The applicant tracking system is designed to assist small and medium-sized organizations in attracting talent, improving recruitment productivity and significantly reducing cost-per-hire.
Most large organizations and many mid-size firms have invested in an applicant tracking system to better manage their recruiting efforts, and there are more than 30 major providers vying for large corporate accounts.
kr) offers a wide variety of executive search and recruitment services, now including the new applicant tracking system with over 7,000 higher educated, experienced, from middle management to senior officers in Korea, including MBAs.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- PeopleFilter(R) Technology, developers of the PeopleFilter applicant tracking system (ATS), today announced the availability of the PeopleFilterNow
Seasoned Recruitment Executive to Drive Marketing and Branding Initiatives for Rapidly Growing Applicant Tracking System Provider- ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill.
BOSTON -- Global staffing-software leader Bond International Software today announced the launch of a second-generation applicant tracking system (ATS) aimed at companies with 50 to 2,500 employees.
Key functional elements of the PeopleFilter applicant tracking system (ATS) are behind the new HR.