When starting a new job there is always somewhat of a learning curve. It ranges from being brought up to speed on projects and processes to simply meeting the team. It can take a minute to get into a workflow. Once this rhythm is established, it’s full steam ahead. Companies require this flow in place to ensure productivity, efficiency and a healthy bottom line.
ServiceNow describes itself as the enterprise cloud company. In this capacity it provides firms with a service model to define structures and automate workflows, streamlining service delivery by alleviating the need for spreadsheets and email. A recent release, “Recruitment,” is an app that offers HR managers a user-friendly UI to post both internal and external job openings, supplying automated notifications to those involved in the hiring process.
Integrhythm President and CEO Anu Bulusu noted, “Recruitment works alongside ServiceNow’s (News - Alert) current HR offerings, empowering HR teams to employ ServiceNow for their end to end solution - starting with requesting a new job, all the way to employee off-boarding and most everything in between.”
Once a job is posted, it is then visible on the portal, and the applicant can easily apply without having to log in, with a unique ID number created for each application submitted.
One of the key features of “Recruitment” allows applicants the ability to apply for openings and view the status of their application without having to create a profile. Other features of the application include a public job portal where openings are posted to the portal based on job type and department, as well as automated email notifications sent to the applicant, Hiring Manager, and HR manager at various points during the application and hiring process.
A firm well versed in enterprise cloud, Integrhythm, helps businesses find their rhythm by optimizing IT operations, which improves productivity overall. Integrhythm brings together its knowledge of human resource requirements, ITIL process model and the ServiceNow architecture to get operations back in rhythm.