Its allows me to be organized
It syncs all the information from the resume
Easy and effective
It syncs with my calendar and it helps me see the interviews right away
It helps me look up the candidates so easy up and sort what skills they have or not have
It helps me notify the managers through greenhouse
If you’re serious about hiring great talent, implementing an employee referral program is a great way to get there. But it can be a little hard to know exactly how to encourage adoption and run your program. While there are definitely common elements of successful referral programs like ease of participation and transparency throughout the process, when it comes to specifics, your program can be as unique as you are.
We admit it, we spend way too much time thinking about recruiting.
What can we say? It’s hard not to be obsessed when you've seen all the strategic advantages effective recruiting provides. And getting there is often much easier than companies realize. In our experience, awesome hiring comes down to following nine key steps, all of which are built into the DNA of Greenhouse.
Before starting Greenhouse, I spent a couple months traveling around the country, talking with CEOs about the things that kept them up at night.
Recruiting was #1 on everyone's list. And the thing that struck me was that these folks knew how to fix the hiring problems that were hurting their companies. They just needed help implementing best practices and scaling them quickly.
So I launched Greenhouse with a single goal: Make companies great at hiring. The response has been phenomenal. As more and more organizations have moved to Greenhouse, insurmountable recruiting bottlenecks have vanished, and hiring departments have become the well-oiled machines they always knew they could be.
At Greenhouse, we have one yardstick: “Are we fixing the problem?”
To answer that question, I continue to travel around the country, talking with the CEOs of companies using Greenhouse. Like all good leaders, they still have things that keep them up at night. Happily, recruiting is no longer one of them.
To me, that's a dream come true.