In the hiring process, communication is the most important thing to do well, yet the hardest to manage. Multiple people have to coordinate around different applicants, events, and notifications, all while representing the company to a potentially valuable future employee. It’s easy to get disorganized, especially when each team member has a separate and already cluttered inbox.
The Resumator has always been built to manage these challenges with tools for your hiring help. Recently, we set our engineers loose to make our communications features more powerful and even simpler to use.
The result: Communications 2.0, a suite of tools that allows you to effectively manage all of your hiring correspondence without leaving The Resumator.
Built-in email client makes sending messages simple
A standalone email client allows hiring managers to communicate with applicants – and their teams – directly from The Resumator. CC, BCC, or forward emails without switching windows or using multiple clients.
Message Dropbox gathers all messages together
Easily save and access all communications associated with an applicant’s profile. Whether sent from within The Resumator or another email client, all messages and attachments will appear in the same thread.
Automated messages save time and improve feedback
Customizable automated messages reduce the workload of hiring managers. Applicants are notified when their resumes are received, their interviews are set, or when other events are triggered within The Resumator. Don’t worry about replying to every new resume when your recruiting platform can do it for you.
Attachments are simple to manage as a team
Never spend time searching for files or sending attachments to your team members. The Resumator can handle any email attachment, from a resume to an Adobe Flash portfolio, and shows them seamlessly in the candidate’s threaded communications tab.
The Big Move
Our engineers successfully migrated over 1.1 million messages while switching over to Communications 2.0, the biggest such shift in Resumator history.