We’ve been nominated for another award! Our innovating onboarding functionality has been designed in partnership with our clients and described as a “powerhouse,” by Active Care Group.
We’re proud to say we’re a finalist for The Recruiter Awards 2023 “Recruitment Technology Innovation of the Year” award!
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Active Care Group is the UK’s pioneering provider of complex care. With over 60 locations and 4000 employees, they’re a huge care operation that implemented our applicant tracking system to support and streamline a robust hiring process.
“Just in terms of onboarding and compliance, our record is now just 24 hours to get a candidate through compliance – that’s completing an offer pack, compliance pack and references – it was a lot longer before!”
We are unique in that we have an in-house talent intelligence unit, a service offered to all of our clients. Our team of experts will offer data-based consultancy that’s specific to your needs.
We’re more than an ATS. With over 20 years’ experience we can see what you need. We know that we are a safe pair of hands that support you in every step of your journey to becoming a talent expert.
All of our clients have a dedicated Continuous Improvement Consultant who will help you improve, get the most out of your system, and offer advice on good practice.
Our implementation process is transparent and simple. Our support team are UK-based so we’ll always be online when you are.
Being a partner with Care England signifies our commitment to enhancing the quality and sustainability of adult social care through supporting organisations with fit-for-purpose applicant tracking systems supported by our in-house expertise.
Care England is a registered charity and the leading representative body for small, medium and large adult social care providers in England. The organisation collaboratively works with its members, stakeholders, and the Government to lay the foundations for a sustainable future in adult social care. Their membership encompasses a diverse range of organisations, including single care homes, local groups, national providers, and not-for-profit voluntary organisations. These members offer a variety of services for older people and those with long-term conditions, learning disabilities, or mental health problems.
Forecasts show that 1.22 million care workers will be required between 2016 and 2036. (The King’s Fund)
The care sector is becoming more and more competitive. We know you’ll be trying to find new ways to attract the perfect applicants, and if your candidate experience isn’t smooth, reliable, and engaging, you might lose out on quality employees.
To solve this problem, our ATS provides a customisable, media-rich careers website and new candidate experience that will enable you to engage people throughout the recruitment lifecycle. Reach candidates where they are, with our Job Board Marketplace which lets you advertise on a huge selection of job boards with no contract! Just pay for what you use.
The average time-to-hire is 76 days in care. Let’s beat that together.
Our groundbreaking onboarding module comes with a whole host of tools to easily pull candidates through your recruitment funnel. Our applicant tracking system is easy to use and fully configurable, so you can mould it to fit your process!
The requirements set out by the CQC are always changing, is your recruitment process keeping up?
Our applicant tracking system allows you to carry out crucially important Right to Work and DBS checking online, directly from within the Jobtrain platform. Our system also captures any employment history gaps – a must-have in the CQC regulations.
Don’t lose new workers to the competition. Engage them with ease.
Out of a survey of 35,000 vacancies, 100% of care roles were to replace staff who are leaving. Candidates who have a poor onboarding experience are more likely to leave in the first year – (Jobtrain’s Talent Intelligence Unit 2023)
You can reduce candidate drop-off with our next-level onboarding and compliance hub! Following an offer, you can see how far a new starter has progressed with compliance checks and references so you can help if they’re struggling.
Giles was joined by the author of Saving Social Care and CEO of Care Friends, Neil Eastwood and Ursula Jayes, founder of Relish Care Recruitment who has a long and successful track record of building successful teams and working on challenging recruitment campaigns across the care sector.
Together, they covered how to…