This week on T3 I take a look at the recruiting platform, Recruitee. Recruitee is an all in one ATS, recruitment automation, career site builder, and employment branding platform for the SMB market, with a very intuitive interface that follows about 99% of every recruitment pipeline out there.
Recruitee allows you to build your own career site, easily, and it doesn’t look like something your twelve-year-old put together from a template at a free website builder company. Everyone tells you doing this is easy, then you pull your hair out and call Todd from IT to bail you out. This really is easy to do and you won’t need Todd.
Recruitee also allows you to build your applicant process by just dragging and dropping the steps in your process to match the needs of your organization. Plus, you’ll move candidates through the process with the same drag and drop ease. It’s one of the only platforms for the SMB market that I’ve seen that allows you to manage so much, all in one place. There are a ton of ATS options for the SMB market, but very few that allow you to build and manage your employment brand by yourself!
5 Things I really liked about Recruitee:
- Sourcing Plug-in Extension makes it super easy to import candidates into the system while you’re sourcing, plus the extension will also give you the email address (if it can be found) for those candidates you are sourcing.
- Job Promotion to both free and premium sites through the system. Easy job push with one click. Plus, you have the option to push it to paid sites for a discounted fee from what you could probably get on your own, for most SMBs.
- Career Site Editor. Most SMBs have to get in line behind everyone else to ever make a change on their career site. Recruitee puts this power directly in your hands, and you can now make changes on a daily, hourly basis if you wanted. For fast moving SMBs this is huge!
- CRM functionality that allows you to build talent pools and keep connected with them. Great functionality for a product that caters to this size market.
- It’s really about as idiot-proof of a recruiting platform as you’ll find on the market for SMB. This is important because you’re usually talking about a 1 or 2 person shop in small companies and these people have to wear all the hats! That means they need a platform that can do a lot, but doesn’t break easily.
Very impressive small market recruiting platform. I continue to be amazed at what the SMB market has access to in talent acquisition technology. Recruitee gives you so much for a rather small price. Well worth a demo if you’re in that space and looking to add or expand your recruiting technology.
T3 – Talent Tech Tuesday – is a weekly series here at The Project to educate and inform everyone who stops by on a daily/weekly basis on some great recruiting and sourcing technologies that are on the market. None of the companies who I highlight are paying me for this promotion. There are so many really cool things going on in the tech space and I wanted to educate myself and share what I find. If you want to be on T3 – send me a note.
Great article. I agree, there is lots of interesting ventures on the move in the All-in-One SMB space, from Zenefits and Gusto, to ZipRecruiter and hundreds of companies in between.
SMB is a fascinating space, with over 6 million companies in the US with less than 100 employees, it’s a rip market, if you acquire customers cost effectively and continue to add solutions to extend the client lifetime value.
This is the space I think most people should be watching, if they want to see exciting solutions.
While, the Mid-market and enterprise HR Tech is definitely interesting, I think there are so many problems with SMB HR and recruiting, that it’s a huge potential market.
SMB HR is really a “laggards” market.
The cost of customer acquisition versus life-time value for an HR tech point solutions was too high.
Now, with APIs and integrated solutions, SMBs are going to be able to get a lot of services, once only available to the mid-market and enterprise services.
ZipRecruiter has been working on this premise. Many more will enter the market as well.