The hiring workflow in Hirenest ATS consists of four steps, which guide you through the hiring process in an organized and efficient manner. Here’s how you can use the hiring workflow:
- Assess: The first step is the “Assess” stage. Here, you create and assign assessments to your candidates. You can choose from pre-made assessment templates based on job roles or customize your own assessments using the extensive test library in Hirenest. Add relevant questions, set the assessment parameters, and define the assessment duration. Once you’ve created the assessment, you can publish it and invite candidates to take the test.
- Evaluate: After candidates complete the assessments, you move on to the “Evaluate” stage. In this step, you can review the assessment results and evaluate each candidate’s performance. Hirenest provides you with detailed reports and analytics that give insights into the candidate’s strengths, weaknesses, and overall suitability for the job role. Based on the evaluation, you can shortlist candidates for further consideration.
- Interview: The “Interview” stage comes next. Once you have evaluated the candidates, you can mark the candidates you want to interview. This stage helps you engage with the selected candidates and assess their fit for the role through interviews, either in person or via video conferencing. Hirenest allows you to manage and schedule interviews, ensuring a smooth and streamlined process.
- Hire: The final step is the “Hire” stage. After conducting interviews and assessing the candidates, you can make the hiring decision. If a candidate is deemed suitable and meets your requirements, you can mark them as “Hired” in Hirenest. This step finalizes the hiring process, and you can proceed with onboarding the selected candidate.
By following these four steps in the hiring workflow, you can effectively manage the entire recruitment process within Hirenest ATS. The platform’s intuitive interface and streamlined workflow enable you to assess candidates, evaluate their performance, conduct interviews, and ultimately make the right hiring decisions efficiently and effectively.