DriverReach, the leading Recruiting and Retention Management software for the trucking industry, announced new features to the company’s recruiting and retention management platform include:
- An enhanced E-Doc solution that integrates seamlessly into the recruiting management platform to give companies the ability to turn hiring and onboarding paperwork into electronic documents and forms that can easily be sent to and signed by applicants on mobile devices.
- MagicLinks provides secure one-click access, allowing a driver to view his or her DOT application and submit it for employment at multiple companies without being required to enter log-in information repeatedly. The technology also provides driver peace of mind that personal application data is secure, and that they’re in control of access privileges.
- Advanced API capabilities to support improved integrations with drug and alcohol screening services. Several strategic DriverReach partners are working to implement the new functionality in the coming months.
- Increased permissions control for custom application or applicant profile questions to allow customers to limit access to sensitive data.
QJumpers, an innovative sourcing and recruitment software provider, today announced its newest product, AI Talent Sourcing. The tool scours publicly available information and uses artificial intelligence to find, rank and engage highly qualified, passive job candidates that previously could not be found through traditional sourcing and advertising methods.
AI Talent Sourcing is an offshoot of another product launched two years ago which was embedded into the QJumpers Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Due to client demand, QJumpers has released a new and improved version that can be used independently of the ATS.
Recruiters can either paste a job description into the tool and let the AI generate its own candidate search specification, or they can create their own. AI Talent Sourcing then presents a list of candidates ranked by how well they match this search criteria. Candidate profiles are created by combining pieces of information from publicly available data, such as networking sites, social media, company websites and blogs. The results can be refined further by specifying preferences such as location, skills, education, and years’ experience. It can also be used for diversity hiring.