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Challenges -
There are many challenges to finding a suitable candidate for a job opening. The first challenge is to identify the specific skills and qualifications that are required for the job. This can be difficult, especially for jobs that are new or uncommon. The second challenge is to find individuals who have the necessary skills and qualifications. This can be difficult, especially if the pool of potential candidates is small. The third challenge is to assess the relative qualifications of the candidates. This can be difficult, especially if the candidates have very different qualifications. 

Fill role faster -
In today's rapidly changing business landscape, companies are under pressure to fill urgent roles faster than ever before. The traditional recruiting process is no longer adequate to meet the needs of today's businesses. To keep up with the pace of change, companies need to adopt new recruiting strategies that allow them to identify and attract the best candidates quickly and efficiently. 

Collaboration -
A good collaboration system between the HR team and the rest of the company is key to maintaining a cohesive and effective workplace. By sharing updates and requirements regularly, the HR team can keep everyone on the same page and ensure that everyone is meeting the expectations set for them. Such a system also allows for better communication between the HR team and the rest of the company, which can help to resolve any issues that may arise. 

Offered Candidates -
While it is true that not all offered candidates will join the company, there are a number of factors that can influence their decision. For example, the candidate may have already accepted another offer, or the salary offered may not be competitive. In any case, it is important to remember that not all offered candidates will join the company. 

Tracker -
A tracker is a useful medium for communicating requirements to the HR team. It can help to keep track of the progress of requirements and ensure that they are met in a timely manner. This can be especially helpful in larger organizations where there may be multiple HR teams working on different aspects of the same project. 

Customer Feedback -
It's important to capture customer feedback in order to improve your business. You can use surveys, comment cards, and other methods to collect this information. Reviewing customer feedback can help you identify areas where you need to make changes in your business. It can also help you see what your customers like about your business. Use this information to make changes that will improve your customer satisfaction and help your business grow. 

Insights and stats -
Insight and stats can help you get a better understanding of your data and what it means. By looking at the numbers and trends, you can start to see patterns and relationships that you may not have noticed before. This can help you make better decisions about your business and how to improve your marketing efforts. Additionally, understanding your customers better can help you create more targeted and effective campaigns.


Candidate Pool -
There is no shortage of job candidates these days. There is a large pool of highly-qualified candidates for every role, making it difficult for employers to choose the right person for the job. With so many options to choose from, employers need to be very selective in their hiring process. 

Best Candidates -
A good hiring team is essential to any organization in order to be able to bring in the best talent. A competent hiring team will be able to identify the top candidates for a position and ensure that they are the ones who are ultimately hired. This can help to improve the overall quality of the workforce and set the organization up for success. 

Requirements update -
A system like this would be very useful for communicating requirements or updates to the HR team. It would help to ensure that everyone is on the same page, and that the team can work together more efficiently. This would be a great tool to use in order to improve communication and collaboration within the HR team. 

Candidate screening -
During the initial candidate screening process, recruiters will evaluate with the help of ATS each candidate's qualifications and eligibility for the open position. This may include reviewing the candidate's resume, conducting a phone or video interview, and administering any required assessments or tests. Based on the results of the screening of the Applicant tracking system, the recruiter will determine which candidates should be advanced to the next stage of the hiring process.  

Alerts -
Delays can often be frustrating, especially when they are avoidable. With a little bit of planning and organisation, though, many delays can be easily prevented. System alerts can be a great help in this regard, as they can notify you of any potential problems in advance and help you to plan accordingly. By keeping an eye on your system alerts, you can help to keep delays to a minimum.

Feedback -
Feedback can be essential for team projects, but it can be difficult to keep track of all the comments and suggestions. This system can help by providing a central place for team members to leave feedback, and by sending reminders to team members to check the feedback. This can help ensure that feedback is not forgotten and that it is dealt with in a timely manner. 

Inbuilt Dashboard -
In today's job market, it's more important than ever to have a clear and concise view of your candidate pipeline. This is where an in built dashboard can come in handy. By giving you visibility into every stage of the hiring process, an in built dashboard can help you to identify potential bottlenecks and make sure that your candidates are moving through the process as smoothly as possible.