Raise and approve new job requests. Review candidates and provide feedback. Schedule interviews and complete tasks. All online without complicated logins.
With an easy to use interface that helps you build and execute complex Boolean searches. Save your search strings to use later or share with your team.
Share jobs straight from Springboard to your followers. Springboard’s facebook app can broadcast your jobs straight to your network. Tweet jobs to your twitter network. Track everything automatically.
With a range of CRM capabilities you can engage and manage your talent pipelines. No need for a separate CRM and ATS
The Onboarding portal effectively manages offers, electronic acceptance, and capture of all onboarding data.
End to end analytics measures all your recruitment activities, providing valuable business intelligence and informing your decisions to achieve the best ROI.
Implement intelligent business rules to enhance your process and improve your teams performance. Automate screening and communication without impacting your employer brand.
Springboard operates entirely in the cloud. No IT hassles or dramas. Compatible with modern browsers your staff can work anywhere they can get online.
With so many people involved in the recruitment process: Hiring Managers, Recruiters, Sourcers, Candidates, Payroll, HR and more. Ensure your information is secure by allowing access only to the information that’s needed.
With a familiar user interface and support for drag and drop functionality directly within the browser, your users will intuitively take to Springboard.
Operating since 2000, Springboard is a unified recruiting platform that makes it easy for companies to hire efficiently, stay competitive, reduce cost and improve visibility into their overall workforce spend. Leveraging the power of data gleaned from engaging millions of candidates and contingent associates every year, Springboard enhances talent intelligence for Hiring Managers, Heads of Talent and Recruiters across more than 70 countries with headquarters in Sydney.