Hireology, Indeed Partner to Identify ‘More Relevant’ Candidates

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Hireology rolled out a new integration with Indeed, further expanding the companies’ partnership. The integration will allow Hireology customers to drive more relevant job applicants from Indeed, the company said.

With the integration, all new or updated external jobs created in Hireology will be sent directly to Indeed via an XML feed, ensuring that an employer’s up-to-date job content is automatically available in Indeed’s free search results.

Hireology said that integrating with Indeed will streamline the hiring process, improve the candidate experience and helps employers find their right hires more quickly. 

In addition to helping employers with their sourcing, Hireology provides employers with tools to help identify and hire the best-matching candidates. Its platform includes applicant screeners, built-in background check options and automated interview scheduling.  

“Enhancing our partnership with Indeed aligns with our commitment to helping users increase applicant volume and quality,” said Hireology CEO Adam Robinson.

Looking Ahead

The integration’s announcement is the first of several upcoming enhancements between Hireology and Indeed, the companies said. Others will include an improved integration with Indeed Sponsored Jobs, set to launch later this year.  

In January, Hireology and UKG said they’d agreed to a “deeper” partnership, which is paving the way for an integration of Hireology and UKG Pro, a payroll solution. The companies began their original collaboration and integration in July 2022.

The collaboration allows employers to automatically transfer new hire data from Hireology to UKG. This will make onboarding new hires faster and more efficient, the companies said. In addition, the partnership will mean better visibility into system data and reporting.

Hireology and UKG want to create an “all-in-one” platform that can help companies to better connect with talent, hire more quickly and manage teams. In addition, they expect the integration will decrease time spent by employees working between different business applications.

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