Sense announced the release of Sense Talent Relationship Management, a central hub for recruiters to build, manage and improve relationships with potential job candidates.
Sense designed the TRM to help recruiters by giving them the ability to see all candidate details, utilize candidate scoring and send personalized inbound and outbound messages, all from one location. According to the company, this will benefit recruiters who need to meet high volume hiring demands while reducing both time-to-hire and cost-to-hire..@Sense_HQ released Sense Talent Relationship Management, a central hub for recruiters to build, manage and improve relationships with candidates. #HR #HRTech Click To Tweet
In addition, Sense TRM can seek feedback from interviewers, collect documents from candidates and communicate all the data back into the company’s ATS for a more complete view of the candidate. Also, analytics within the platform allows executives to analyze which sourcing channels and campaigns are producing the best results.
In a blog post, Sense said, “While Sense provides tools that are available both individually and collectively to help achieve all of these components, we realized there was an opportunity to bring the most critical components of the recruiting tech stack into a single interface.”
Faster, More Engaging Recruiting
“Recent reports uncovered an average of 61% of a recruiter’s time goes into reviewing candidate profiles,” said Sense co-founder and CEO Anil Dharni, “but while recruiters are wasting critical time looking at profiles, 38% of candidates’ profiles are still overlooked!”
Sense believes the new products can help recruiters manage inbound and outbound talent engagement tasks and aid talent teams in personalizing the hiring experience for candidates.
Sense TRM collects information about candidates and funnels it into the platform, where recruiters can use the pool of candidates residing in the hub to fill open positions. The software can help talent teams reach candidates and re-engage their database through multiple avenues — text, email or chatbot.