Likelihood to Recommend
It is very helpful in saving time by sending emails automatically to selected candidates.
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I think Lever is great for any sized company, but especially strong for smaller, growing teams. It's a very simple system, but clean, sleek, and very useful in any scenario. They have great support whenever you need it so those with smaller HR or People teams could easily benefit from their help. Can't think of too many scenarios where Lever wouldn't be well-suited, but maybe once you grow to International growth and hiring, it may be better to have a more Enterprise style business, set up for larger scaling.
Read full review Pros Simplicity - HR specialists and recruiters using the software will be able to use data and analytics to track the progress of their prospective candidates. Versatility - Avature's customer service team will work with you to build a customized workflow. Flexibility - The ability to update and change the system ensures that this platform will continue to serve organizations today as well as tomorrow. As the last 24 months have shown, organizations must adapt to the changing workforce. Read full review Great integration: Keeps a list of Outlook email communication along with LinkedIn and other data sources Is fairly lively, not too much lag between screens even though it is looking through a lot of data. Has excellent reporting on how well each email message is working. Read full review Cons Some of the better parts of the CRM system must be purchased. Reporting could be easier/better, kind of cumbersome to run a report. Read full review [In my experience,] terrible customer support - pay more to get less... Integrations are spotty and can break without reason Lever has so much potential, but their Roadmap is lacking in ways that will really help customers succeed Focuses on the number of candidates and not the company's need to build talent in a cost effective, data driven and collaborative way Overpromised and underdelivered in [the] capability of the tool. [I believe that you should] not trust your sales team. Read full review Usability
It isn't difficult to use for the applicant processing, but [I feel] if you want to pull reports or use their tools, good luck!
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Great and fast responses, always available during implementation phase.
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What support? - Add a ticket and get links to [I believe] their unhelpful user guide. Add a charge if you want better support - afterward just got those links faster...
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The system is extremely innovative and easy to use, it permits a great deal of bolt-ins during a standard format so the system will be personalized to the company’s wants and of those who will be exploiting the system.
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Lever is comparable to
in its basic recruiting functions. I have found it to be WAY better than
(clunky and overly-complicated with a very dated and non-intuitive interface) and
HR (slick and pretty, but limited in its functions). The best ATS I've used is the proprietary tool at Meta, but alas, that tool is for internal use only
Read full review Return on Investment The hiring workflows, forms, and portals are all easily customizable to work for our organization. They have created efficiencies allowing for our staff to focus on other tasks. The modernization of the hiring process has generated renewed interest in our organization's brand. Once understood, the platform is simple to use and easy to design. The continual updates and improvements allow our organization to evolve and adapt to an ever-changing workforce. Read full review Lever provides an enormous ROI by getting us in front of the right candidates that are going to make us more money and more successful as an org. I think that both the quality and quantity of new hires has gone up ever since we started using lever and involving the entire org in the process. It also saves us a lot of time because we don't need to send referrals via email, while saving/attaching resumes and such. Read full review ScreenShots