TALENT MANAGEMENT

Crosschq Launches Talent Sourcing Platform With Built-in Candidate Referrals

Jet Edge | January 24, 2022

Tech Recruitment News
After pioneering the Talent Intelligence CloudTM, a people analytics and data-oriented hiring solution, Crosschq announced the launch of Crosschq Recruit on January 21st. Crosschq is the first ever recruiting platform designed to enable companies to leverage the professional networks of job applicants to access qualified candidates.

With Crosschq Recruit, talent leaders can build talent pools of talent that is open to new career prospects. The pool is made of individuals who received Crosschq 360 reference. Profiles of individuals who opt-in to be considered for new opportunities are matched through Crosschq’s pioneering Talent Intelligence CloudTM. These are then delivered to recruiters across the Crosschq customer base.

Crosschq Recruit offers the following key features:
  • Pre-vetted talent pools are sourced straight from the professional communities of existing candidates.
  • Comprehensive candidate profiles with up to 100 data points.
  • Integrations with over 20 ATS, CRM, and HRIS platforms, including Greenhouse, Smart Recruiters, Workday, Lever, etc.
  • Real-time notifications to recruiter inboxes via email, SMS, and Slack.

 

"As we all know, there is currently a massive war for qualified talent. We listened closely to our customers and built Crosschq Recruit to make it easy for recruiters to source and hire from this great pool of qualified professionals who are actively looking for a new job."

- Pete Goettner, Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer for Crosschq

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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

The Mindful Mamas App Offers Employers A Self-Care Resource for Working Parents

Mindful Mamas | January 10, 2022

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HR STRATEGY

Wpromote Wins Glassdoor Employee's Choice Award, One of the Top 50 Best Places to Work in 2022

Glassdoor | January 15, 2022

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RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

USO Announces Strategic Relationship with EY to Expand Career Opportunities for the Military Community

EY | February 07, 2022

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