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[Apploi in PR Newswire] Corra Group is Now Offering Full Integration with Apploi and Other Major Applicant Tracking Systems

“We are now offering integration with Appoloi in addition to most ATS systems,” said Corra Group Co-Founder, Nick Gustavson. “Our Appoloi integration allows our clients who are using this applicant tracking system to move easily from talent recruitment and management to conducting pre-employment background checks on any final candidates. Read more in...

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[Apploi in Crunchbase News] Job Seekers Use Social Profiles To Apply

Recruitment platform Apploi has acquired credential management startup Healthgig, the company exclusively told Crunchbase News. Apploi’s platform helps organizations find and recruit talent, communicate with potential new employees, and work through offers and the final steps of hiring. The company has been getting deeper into the health care space over the last year, including adding former Everyday Health CEO Ben Wolin to its board of directors. Read more in...

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[Apploi in MediaPost] Job Seekers Use Social Profiles To Apply

While there’s been plenty of talk about the potential pitfalls social media presents for job applicants – best distilled in the advice, “no bong pics” – social media has also proved a boon for job seekers, and not just in terms of forging professional connections on LinkedIn. In fact, social media can take a lot of the tedious work out of applying for jobs, allowing jobseekers to apply for more positions with less effort. On that note, last year 3.3 million job applications were completed using social media profiles to pre-populate online submission forms, according to data from iCIMS, a software-as-service provider focused on talent acquisition, which surveyed data from over 3,200 customers with Hanover Research. Jobseekers used social media profiles including LinkedIn, Google+, and Facebook to complete job applications using pre-population functions. Breaking the figures down, 61% used LinkedIn to pre-populate forms, while 22% used Google+ and 17% used Facebook. Read more in...

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