PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Poachedjobs.com, the industry-leading hospitality jobs board, has launched its new Applicant Tracking System. In an industry facing 70% employee turnover rates and a tightening labor market, time is more than money – it’s survival. Every moment spent hunting down a resume, looking for a phone number or trying to type in an email address is a moment not spent on growing a business.
Poached solves this problem with its built-in Applicant Tracking System: The Poached ATS.
“We know restaurant and bar owners don’t want to waste time when they need to fill an open position,” said Poached CEO Kirk Thornby. “To save time, we built applicant tracking right into the job posting. When a job is listed on Poached, the applications it receives are stored directly in our system without the need to configure anything. Employers can get down to the real job of hiring: finding the right candidates.”
Using the Poached ATS, an employer can quickly scan through a list of candidates and view their resumes, making notes and ratings. They can easily share resumes with their managers, as well as print them out, straight from the system. If an employer has a membership account, they can even schedule interviews directly from Poached.
The result is less time organizing resumes and more time interviewing candidates.
Together with other features like The Poached Partner Network, which promotes listings on multiple jobs boards, and Boosted Jobs, which increases a listing’s visibility and results in an average of 67% more applicants, the Poached ATS is just what the hospitality industry needs to stay fully staffed.
Finding the right employees, quickly, is one of the most important parts of running a bar or restaurant. The Poached ATS’s intuitive and efficient design gives small and medium-sized businesses access to enterprise-level hiring tools at a fraction of the cost.
Find out more at poachedjobs.com.
Poachedjobs.com was created to help keep restaurants fully staffed. Founders Kirk Thornby and Peter Bro recognized generic job boards were not delivering the candidates restaurants needed. Poached was started with little more than a good idea and a lot of optimism – much like many restaurants. Their vision became a reality and quickly spread from coast to coast. Check out poachedjobs.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.