TurboRecruit is a Web-based recruitment system designed for agency and corporate recruiters. It is suitable for midsized organizations and can be scaled to suit the size and requirements of the entity via a modularized approach.
TurboRecruit enables users to strategically search for candidates via tools such as artificial intelligence and candidate cloning plus a resume parsing/matching engine allows recruiters to assess quickly how suitable a candidate is for a role. These features reduce the cost/time to recruit by allowing recruiters to find qualified candidates prior to advertising.
TurboRecruit has social media capability and is mobile-enabled allowing candidates to search and apply for roles directly from their mobile device. It is integrated to numerous global job boards, and includes dashboards/alerts, requisition approvals, vendor management, onboarding, career websites, SMS and email integration, strategic and operational reports, flexible application screening questions and many other recruiter tools. It also integrates with a number of global HRIS/Payroll/LMS systems.
Elise from The Salvation Army
Employees number: 2,501-5,000 Employees
It's a comprehensive system that is very intuitive, making it easy to navigate. When I first was introduced to the system I thought it may be too detailed for what we required (not being recruiters but Generalist HR Practitioners who happened to recruit as well) however we found that we didn't know what we were missing out on. Our managers appreciate their freedom in being able to also access the system and grade candidates online. For an organisation that does internal and external recruitment, it has been great manage them simultaneously and securely, in the one system.
No comment on this - it's a great product.
Previously, we didn't have a system that managed our internal recruitment, nor did it allow managers to access applications online and grade them. This component has become something that we can't function without. The reporting and analytics isn't something that I was looking for but find that I'm using it more and more.