In a centralized recruiting process, all recruiting is managed by a single person or team. This overseeing group or individual is able to see, understand, and make decisions about hiring for their entire organization.
Ready to see how healthcare hires?
Get started with your free demo today.
We quadrupled the amount of applicants that we were getting, while we were spending a fraction of the cost.Yaakov K
Every team member on Apploi’s side understands where the last one left off. That has made the customer experience very helpful.Ari Stawis
My favorite feature is the text feature. We have not been able to reach so many people in real-time with any other system.Robin ManigaultHR Director, Aventura Health Group
One time I posted an ad and didn't get a lot of hits. Someone from Apploi called me and said 'Hey, I noticed you're not getting a lot of resumes.' They suggested I reword it to make it more attractive to the candidate, and I thought that was amazing that they called me.Shoshana EpsteinCOO, Genesis Renal Care
We use Apploi to keep track of the hundreds of applicants from different job posts. Historically, we would send a lot of emails back and forth but we lost a lot of insight and context this way. Now we have one easy, centralized location to handle all of the hiring and onboarding process.Yosef MendelsbergVP of Operations, Onyx Procurement Solutions
What I like about Apploi is that it is simple. I love that you can have pre-populated emails, text messages, even job descriptions so when you’re writing a job ad, you can pull it from the templates that you’ve created.Kristin McBrideCorporate Director of Communication & Employee Development, Panacea Health Corp Company
Connect Your Software for One Staffing Ecosystem
FAQs About Our Centralized Recruitment Platform
Centralized recruiting means a single person or group manages all recruiting, while decentralized recruiting means that different departments or teams manage their recruiting individually. In most decentralized recruiting models, managers have to balance recruiting with their other responsibilities. In a centralized recruiting process, it’s more likely that one person (or a few people) will be hired specifically to recruit new workers.
The two most important types of recruitment are internal recruiting and external recruiting. Internal recruiting happens when companies focus on hiring and promoting workers who are already employees in their company. By contrast, external recruiting focuses on finding completely new employees. Most organizations use both internal and external recruiting to fill openings.