Uniting Talent with Opportunity
UD Talent Link is LIVE
UD Talent Link is a new suite of tools that will streamline and simplify the entire recruitment cycle for both internal and external users.
- Allows us to better attract talent. Automated status reports with powerful analytics will ensure searches stay on track and maintain a strong candidate pool.
- Empowers hiring managers and search committees with quick and easy access to information and hiring tasks.
- Streamlines all hiring processes in one system, providing a seamless experience for internal and external users.
- Reduces time. The system allows for speedier job approval and posting and interview scheduling.
- Better engages potential candidates, including UD’s existing employee base, ensuring more informed and consistent communication with prospective employees.
- A convenient dashboard provides real-time updates on open jobs, searches in progress and pending approvals.
- Reports detailing candidate demographics and other analytics reveal trends and any problematic patterns to help leaders refocus resources and meet hiring goals.
- Connections to career platforms like LinkedIn, Indeed and others help broaden the prospect pool and make it easy for candidates to apply.
- Tailored screening questions on each application help automatically remove candidates from the prospect pool who don’t meet the job criteria.
- Message scheduling tools and templates make it easy to communicate status updates to multiple candidates at one time.
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