One of the greatest gifts Talkpush has to offer is its ability to allow you to measure it all. With quantifiable data, you can create brilliant analyses to improve your recruitment processes and align your results to your key metrics. And, since we have the data ready for you, go ahead and take it! You can thank us later. 😉🎁

Talkpush's Proposal. 🤝

Each time you hire a new team member, move them to the Hired Folder to complete the recruitment process in Talkpush and gather measurable data for your team.

Just like this:

You'll have solid data ready to present! 🙌

Let's get straight to business:
4 Benefits of moving Candidates to the Hired Folder.

Own your data. 👩‍💻

Leaving your new hires on the completed or shortlisted folder signifies losing a significant portion of your conversion metrics; lacking these rates will make it harder to track your hiring objectives.

Knowing your real hiring rate will allow you to see past bottlenecks and help you determine if any process needs to be modified—for example, hiring time, sources of your hires, etc. Which, in time, will contribute to a more significant ROI and Business Reviews based on quantified facts.

Keep your leads engaged. 💚

Remember those A and B players who didn't make it? They were all excellent options and might just be looking for a job opportunity on your next recruiting spree. Wouldn't you like to keep in touch with them and reach out whenever you need them?

If you place these potential hires on the correct folders, you can tap into your database anytime to reach out and maintain good relationships with them. As a result, you'll be able to fill slots quicker and use fewer resources on future recruiting processes. All while strengthing your external image and perhaps even gaining some brand ambassadors.

Keeping your hires in miscellaneous leads folders and sending chasing/engagement messages to them would be a tad weird, just saying.

Take Onboarding to the next level. 👋

You can take your hiring to the next level by managing your hires with our Onboarding Solution. Create workflows specifically designed for new hires to have a fantastic start in their new position. How are you going to target your new hires if they are floating around Talkpush's folders?

Knowing what worked and what didn't in the onboarding phase will leave learnings for future processes to shape and transform the way you recruit and onboard, to create remarkable candidate journeys.

Step up your marketing game. 💸

You want marketing to increase your company's hiring performance, don't you? Well, it is possible with the help of accurate data. This empowers marketers and strategic minds to review the efficiency of the current marketing strategies and plans based on past results, such as:

  • The number of candidates who applied to a specific position.

  • What source your candidates come from, and which source drives the most successful profiles to your company.

  • What stage of the process your candidates ended their journey, and how long it took to process them.

There might be a pattern you're missing, thus driving your company to spend cash on bad-performing sources and miss out on other winning opportunities.

Here's how to do it ⤵

Single Method

If you need to move a single candidate to the Hired Folder, the easiest way is to go to the candidate's profile and click on the Hire Button on the right.

And a short video for reference:

Bulk Method

If you want to place one or more candidates in the Hired Folder, Select all the candidates you wish to move. A window full of Bulk Actions will immediately pop up after selecting one candidate, and there you can choose the option Hire to migrate those candidates to the Hired Folder.

We know you got this, but still, a little video, just in case:

So, what are you waiting for? Go! Click that Hired button. N-O-W! 🏆


🤔 Do you have any questions? We want to help! 💚

You can chat with our Product Support team by clicking on the intercom button on the lower section of your Talkpush screen. We're one click away.

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