Gone are the days of unqualified applicants, endless paperwork and a constantly revolving backdoor.
Red Book Connect’s mobile, cloud-based GoHire solution helps owners, managers and HR departments in the service industry hire right the first time, with the ability to easily track candidates from application to interview to start date; saving time, non-compliance issues and up to 60 percent on hiring costs. To date, GoHire has processed over 250,000 applications.
Specializing in single stores as well as companies with multiple locations, GoHire provides a job-template library and one-click advertising to a variety of job boards, putting open positions in front of eager candidates searching the Internet.
Before candidates even walk through the door, GoHire identifies the best applicants based on job-specific screening questions. Users can choose the scale of importance for each question to further filter the talent pool; hiring managers only interview the people who really meet the job’s qualifications. Candidate-specific activity logs, notes and communications create a diary of information available to reference at any time.
GoHire eliminates on-boarding nuances, automatically running background checks, E-verify, direct deposits and screening for tax credit opportunities. All new-hire documents are completed online, are securely stored and always accessible by the employee or hiring manager.
Red Book Connect offers bilingual, live support every day of the week.
About Red Book Connect: Red Book Connect is made up of five best-of breed companies that have come together to deliver a complete set of modular solutions designed to streamline service industry operations. Customers can access GoHire, and Schoox, the social eLearning platform through HotSchedules, the POS-integrated employee scheduling, forecasting, and messaging online solution
Nick from LHI
Go Hire Review
Easy interface, notifies you of needed progress, easy to navigate.
Could be more advanced, not as cutting edge as other competitors.
Allow enough time to become familiar with product as opposed to letting frustration take over.
Pallavi from ET
Really good usage for the services and excellent products.
Not enough recognition, so hard to associate brand value.
Do good market research and compare products and choose what suits your needs.