Lever announced their new Spring release including additional features such as:
- Dynamic Approval Workflows: Automated workflows can greatly impact the efficiency and effectiveness of a TA team, which is why we have improved our automated approval processes so that they are smarter and remove potential bottlenecks.
- Configuring time-to-hire: based on company’s own distinct definition, ensuring they can measure the metric in a way that reflects their unique talent acquisition processes and view a more comprehensive hiring journey for candidates.
- Multiple offer forms with unique offer field sets: Multiple offer forms can now be created by our customers by role, team, department, location, and profile origin. This means users can ensure only the most relevant form fields are included in offers sent to specific kinds of candidates and have the ability to easily reuse these unique forms for different hiring needs moving forward.
In addition to the new features from the Spring Release, Lever has received its ISO20071 Certification. ISO 27001 is a valuable way to identify, mitigate, and monitor your company’s information security risk and is globally recognized as a best practice.
WORQDRIVE, the talent mobility engine designed to empower and engage workers, recently announced the launch of its latest module, Alumni. Designed to help bring talent back, the new functionality preserves the connection between employers and exiting employees.
Through WORQDRIVE Alumni, organizations can keep former employees engaged and entice them to return. Using their WORQDRIVE account, alumni can continue to update the skills and experience gained in other positions. In addition, recruiters and sourcers can simply click a toggle to find alumni who match the organization’s current openings, send job alerts and encourage them to apply through the solution’s OneCliQ feature.
CEO Tracey Parsons said, “Knowing that turnover can lead to regret on both sides, WORQDRIVE Alumni helps reconnect employers and employees. With this module, the relationship doesn’t end when an employee departs. It becomes an opportunity to bring them back and turn the Great Resignation into a Great Return.”