The softgarden Blog

Here you find the latest recruiting trends, recommendations about HR knowledge and exciting guest contributions.

Mobile recruiting deluxe

Yesterday I found an empty bottle of Club Mate in our kitchen. Nothing special about it, right? That’s what I thought, too. Until I recognised the QR code on the bottle. As I am a curious person, I immediately scanned…

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Automatic reminder for your candidates

New information technologies provide a huge range of possibilities to get reminded about things on your to-do list. Since the introduction of the iPhone, push-messages have become ubiquitous. So why don’t we use such useful messages during the recruiting process?…

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Fight your time-to-hire!

Not finding the right candidate for the required starting date is a big problem within recruiting. We admit that a professional recruiting software cannot guarantee that the required deadline is met but we are sure that it can reduce the…

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E-mail chaos: now like water under the bridge

Do you have documents from your candidates scattered in different e-mails? It’s normal for candidates to not send their complete documents with the first e-mail: in many cases something is missing which means that you or your HR associates have…

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Central data storage within the recruiting process

E-recruiting systems provide you with an overview of the entire recruiting process. In practice, it happens that many documents belonging to a single candidate are scattered in different mails and folders. It quickly becomes complicated if you have to sort…

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Hire the best candidates with fast recruiting processes

Collaborative recruiting thanks to mobile app for hiring managers

Recruiting

Inspire candidates with authentic employer reviews

Create a convincing career page in no time at all

Employer Branding

Attract candidates from the network of your employees

Active sourcing in a pool of actively searching candidates

Work together with external agencies and headhunters and evaluate success rates

Sourcing