Review and rediscover applicants

The more time it takes you to screen applicants, the more likely you’ll lose them to other companies. In a tight labor market, you need a smarter approach to sourcing. With SeekOut, review applicants faster, whether they’re new or have already interacted with your team.

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Prioritize qualified candidates

Recruiters spend hours sorting through resumes for a single open role. When it comes to a large company with hundreds of job openings, this adds up to countless recruiting resources. SeekOut shows you the most qualified candidates first, so you save valuable time and maintain fairness and accuracy.

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Reach out to existing connections

Your ATS is a goldmine of data, including candidates who have expressed interest in your company or “silver medalists” who have gone through the interview process. Instead of spending resources to find new candidates, use SeekOut to surface contenders based on their past interactions and current skills.

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On average, each corporate job offer attracts 250 resumes. Of those candidates, 4 to 6 will get called for an interview, and only one will get the job.

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