Overall Satisfaction with Hiretual
Hiretual is currently used by myself, a recruiting specialist/sourcer, to source candidates for direct hire positions. It helps give me another avenue to search through and turns up more candidates than just my searches on LinkedIn and Indeed. By linking me directly to most LinkedIn profiles as well, it helps reduce redundancy in my searches and saves time.
- Allows me to create a detailed, customized search.
- Let’s me save my progress by organizing job orders into projects.
- Allows me to send mass emails to candidates that I have deemed a fit.
- I have come across many duplicate profiles that could cause me to contact the same person twice in a short period.
- Doesn’t have an “undo” button for if I accidentally mark a candidate as “not a good fit”
- Their “variables” used in creating email templates don’t function optimally. If you use “candidate last name”, and the person has a title, it will use the title instead of name. For example… I sent an email to a doctor and it sent as “Dr. MD”. Not ideal.
- Performance tracking
- Email sequences (auto-follow up is very useful)
- Inclusion of LinkedIn profiles
- Reduces redundancy in searches
- Increased number of candidates contacted per day/week
They are all good in different ways. ZipRecruiter and Indeed are better at providing active candidates but Hiretual is better for uncovering candidates for upper-level positions. I slightly prefer Hiretual’s searches over Indeed because it saves my progress - candidates that I gave a thumbs up will be set aside and those that I gave a thumbs down will disappear.
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Works well for external recruiting. I can create many different projects for my job orders and it holds onto my progress so I can rate half of the candidates, log out, and pick it back up later. It is a great tool for finding people, however, hasn’t gotten me many interested responses yet because there’s no “passive” vs “active” candidates. I end up contacting many people who are not open to new opportunities. Not Hiretual’s fault, but having a feature to identify active candidates would be useful.