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SOURCE: Blitz Lead Manager
Blitz Recruiting Software and CareerBuilder's partnership allows businesses to search the CareerBuilder database right from their Blitz account. They are able to locate and save resumes to a campaign in Blitz and begin the applicant tracking process right away.
(PRWEB) October 12, 2012
CareerBuilder is the largest employment website in the United States, with over 24 million visitors per month. CareerBuilder gives employers exposure to ideal candidates, provides powerful screening tools, and access to the latest recruitment tips and hiring insights. Utilizing CareerBuilder as part of the hiring process gives employers an edge finding the best candidates fast.
This partnership allows Blitz Recruiting Software users to search the CareerBuilder database directly from their Blitz account. Businesses are able to filter, locate, select, and transfer applicants to a campaign within Blitz with the resume and details attached. Once applicants have been stored in Blitz, they can be added to a custom automated workflow to move them through the application process quickly and effectively. Blitz also offers advanced reporting tools to help businesses analyze the overall effectiveness of their hiring process.
Blitz Recruiting Software and CareerBuilder joining forces means big things for their clients. “This integration streamlines the recruiting process, allowing employers to quickly find the resumes they need and eliminating time consuming tasks,” said Archie Heinl, President of Blitz Lead Manager.
For more information about Career Builder, visit their website at http://www.careerbuilder.com/jobposter/ or call (877)345-5256.
For more information about Blitz Recruiting Software, visit their website at http://www.blitzleadmanager.com or call (888)470-0606 for a free demo or 30 day trial.
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