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Bond Adapt launches social media advertising portal

Using AdaptCentral recruiters will be able to tap into the vast online pool of candidate activity by posting job adverts to their social media pages and feeds. The system allows them to easily track online submissions and create candidate records within the Bond Adapt software for effective progression through the recruitment cycle. It will also instantly alert an agency’s followers to new vacancies and enable job seekers to apply in one click.

The new portal allows recruiters to see all job adverts and applications in one viewing window. Job advert templates are automatically created as soon as vacancies are uploaded into the Bond system to enable a fast, automated way to post across social media. Recruiters will be able to review and colour-code candidate applications by relevancy before creating new candidate records in their Adapt database.

Bond stated it recognises that job seekers are using a vast array of places to search for new positions. For job seekers, the system allows them to apply for jobs via social media, with a one-click process that takes them to an AdaptCentral application screen to input their contact details and attach their CV, or use their LinkedIn profile. Start-up recruitment agencies that cannot afford their own online submission system will also benefit as it is an easy way to connect online vacancies with candidates across social media.

Toby Conibear, European business development director at Bond International Software, commented, "We pride ourselves in developing products that streamline business processes for recruitment consultants. From searching for clients to matching candidates and employers, the quality and efficiency with which consultants secure candidates is critical to productivity, candidate experience and of course client relationships. AdaptCentral will further bolster the way recruiters search for people and build their relationships across many social media platforms.”


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