Hiretual, the talent sourcing platform, announced updates to the pricing and functionality of its multi-tiered plans, Hiretual Starter, Hiretual Standard and Hiretual Professional. The company also released the findings of its latest survey, which revealed the biggest challenges recruiters faced in the first half of 2021 between sourcing talent and engaging with candidates.
Feature updates to these plans include:
- AI Sourcing added to the Hiretual Basic and Hiretual Standard plans
- Single email engagement (with bulk email sending, email templates, email tracking and Gmail integration) added to Hiretual Standard
- Sequence email engagement added to Hiretual Professional
“We’ve listened to customer feedback about how the cost for hiring software is a bottleneck in dealing with high recruiting demand during a period of market recovery,” said Steven Jiang, CEO and co-founder of Hiretual. “We’ve updated our pricing to help with this by adjusting our packages to make them more accessible to a wider range of businesses, especially smaller businesses that are facing the brunt of the pandemic.”
Phenom, the Talent Experience Management (TXM) platform, announced Phenom Mentoring — an innovative product that connects employees and experienced leaders seeking a mentor-mentee relationship. With Phenom Mentoring, organizations can leverage automation and artificial intelligence (AI) to match individuals based on their skills, career path, location, goals and mentoring styles.
Phenom Mentoring enables employees to evolve and employers to build a more capable enterprise at scale. The product helps organizations launch or enhance meaningful mentoring programs, facilitate colleague collaboration, track goals and measure the success of mentor-mentee connections. Additionally, companies can reduce turnover at a time when they’re facing immense pressure to outpace their competitors in the race for talent.
WorkLLama, the AI-powered talent community platform, has entered the UK market with a commitment to increasing productivity, placements and business growth for agency and corporate recruitment teams.
For recruiters and talent teams again facing the war for talent, finding more efficient ways to attract and recruit candidates will help facilitate getting people back to work whilst also enhancing their own productivity and placement rates.
For corporate talent teams this means attracting more candidates and making more placements whilst enhancing the candidate experience; and for recruitment agencies, delivering a more cost-effective delivery model, where low-value repetitive tasks are automated. Both will help get more people into work whilst enabling growth and supporting the wider UK economy.