MyStaffing(Un)Pro - needs some work
February 16, 2014

MyStaffing(Un)Pro - needs some work

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 2 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version


Modules Used

  • Recruiting

Overall Satisfaction

MSP is used in our recruitment department and is our main sourcing tool for many of our corporate and center level positions. There are some users across the company, but mainly utilized by our HR team, as it functions as our applicant tracking system.
  • Maintains pre-loaded templates for job descriptions. This is helpful in order to save time and post positions quickly and efficiently.
  • Tracks applicants who apply to positions. This is helpful for viewing potential candidates for open positions.
  • Makes it easy to add in candidates. This is particularly helpful when applicants have not applied.
  • This product is not particularly easy to use because it is not intuitive.
  • It is difficult to generate accurate reports.
  • It is difficult to add notes and find particular requisitions.
  • Does not integrate well with our internal system in changes candidates to employees.
  • If a step in the hiring process is missed, it does not give any notifications.
  • Difficult for outside users to navigate.
  • The managers on the field have a hard time hiring a candidate as there are so many steps that it gets confusing if not used every day.
  • Proficiency can only be obtained when using, at the minimum, a weekly basis, otherwise it's like learning a whole new system every time you log on.
I think this depends on what the alternatives are. Right now, MSP does meet the bare minimum requirements, although it's been a trying and difficult road to establish this. The hardest part is trying to understand nuances such as closing out a req and notifying candidates. The way that it is set up now, even the Hired candidates get a rejection email and it would be helpful in order to filter those candidates out to avoid panic and confusion.
I do not think that this product is the best choice for a fast growing company. I do not believe that it administers well to those needs; our representative was not responsive and many times our needs were above the company's capabilities.

Product Usage

100 - They represent cross functional teams such as HR, center managers, department managers and the recruiting team.
5 - They need to have proficiency in report building and process alignment.
  • Recruitment
  • Integration of candidates to employees
  • Tracking positions and candidate profiles
  • Building reports
  • Creating a candidate pipeline
  • Obtaining applicant information
  • Build more efficient reports
  • Track candidates
  • Build pipelines