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As it is a very complete tool, with many features and that sometimes ends up being a little complex, I would recommend it only for medium-sized companies. Perhaps in a large company, it could complicate the processes a little instead of making it easier. But it's a great tool!
Hiring Thing is great for new organizations just starting out with smaller talent teams. It is very simple to use, add users, walkthrough processes, communicate with candidates, and walk through the hiring process. It does not work as well when an organization grows, needs lots of open requisitions, and has a decentralized hiring process.
Search capabilities - ability to pipeline top talent.Communication with hiring managers in the hiring manager portal - resumes/notes don't get lost in email and are always accessible to anyone involved in the hiring process.Ability to customize - we've been able to change work flows for different needs, and different business groups as well.
System navigationPosting to website and job boardsReviewing applicants quickly
Easily over-engineered. While it's great to be able to customize, there are times where there are too many choices.Would like to see it integrate better with our HRIS system.Still a lot of manual steps in the workflow.
The support side leaves room for improvementThe offer letter and onboarding documents often didn't sendLimited availability for posting
Avature is much better than OpenHire! OpenHire didn't give us the ability to share resumes or notes through the system and was very complicated to keep track of candidates that applied to multiple jobs or duplicate candidates. Was also very archaic in the interfacing and usability. Avature gave us many more options to customize our system.
Ability to be more efficient in hiring, leading to faster hire timesEasier to keep clean data for OFCCP or AAP auditsSpend a lot of time altering or changing workflows/process/manually moving things along
We hired lots of peopleLots of staff used the systemIt served as a bandaid