As Recruiters and HR Tech buyers for 15 years, we know how important it is to reduce clicks and play nice with existing systems. We built the Honeit interview platform from the ground up to complement your existing HR Technology stack and finally bring phone interview conversations ‘online’. Just paste a Honeit interview scheduling link in your ATS, CRM or Email template for simple integration.
Audio is powerful and on the rise for everyone. Attract diverse talent with audible job previews, shared in seconds after recruiting intake calls.
Recording job interviews, and giving hiring teams a way to “check the tape,” is a core way to bring transparency to recruiting and hiring.
Trust is a very obvious human-to-human condition. It’s built by conversations and time and relationships and showing up for the other side. How can SaaS help with that?
Recruiter intelligence is the fundamental value that recruiters bring to the hiring process. Info captured during intake calls & phone screens.
Recruiter soundbites are quick hits from a recruiter phone screen — 2 to 4 minutes — that the hiring manager and other stakeholders can hear between meetings, on the treadmill, whatever.
Executive Recruiters are calling Honeit Software “Zoom for Recruiting”. Honeit turns phone or video calls into talent intelligence.
Honeit CEO Nick Livingston was recently featured on the Recruiting Trailblazers podcast. Nick had the chance to talk with Marcus Edwardes about interview soundbites and the future of recruiting and hiring.
Soundbites, or quick highlights from a phone or video conversation with a candidate, could be the future of recruiting. When done right, they will save hiring managers both time and money. So, what does “doing it right” look like?
How do you train junior recruiters and clone your best recruiters? Recruiting works according to Pareto: 80% of output is from 20% of people.
Hiring managers have a huge role in recruiting. But when we talk about recruiting or HR technology, we tend to focus on the candidate and the recruiter. What do hiring managers want?