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You have the talent demand, we got the supply – Recruiting Posting is here

Over the last two decades we have watched the face of recruitment applications and solutions change dramatically – first with applicant tracking systems, then job posting, recruitment marketing and a slew of ad hoc hiring process systems (video interviewing, assessments, background checks). The way solutions are delivered to organizations has changed dramatically over the last 30 years from on-premise to cloud-based applications.

These changes are resulting in responsive, proactive, best-practices-driven business processes, improving recruitment efficiency and more closely aligning business objectives with recruitment strategies.


In order to accelerate these improved business practices, SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting has recently launched Recruiting Posting, providing the most comprehensive, global recruitment solutions in the market. Customers are now able to seamlessly and automatically post jobs globally and locally based on rules, or “pick and post” for any requisition they desire.

What does this mean for our customers? It allows them to reach untapped candidate pools with flexibility to manage job postings to thousands of social networks, niche and major job sources, as well as universities and colleges.

SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting now provides job posting, recruitment marketing and applicant tracking capabilities to give recruiters not only the ability to quickly post jobs, but drive them back to a responsive candidate experience and provide detailed sourcing analytics to improve budget spend and decrease time to fill.

To learn how to source the top talent your business depends on, check out our Recruiting to Win page, where we’ve collated an extensive list of resources and best practices to help you on your journey. Plus, don’t forget to check out Thomas Otter’s latest blog for his thoughts on Recruiting Posting.

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