Recruitee’s ATS is not only robust, but also affordable and scalable. 181,000 users from companies like Taco Bell, and M&S have used Recruitee to find and hire the best talent. You can try it for free for 18 days before making any commitments.
Recruitee is a collaborative ATS that enables companies to source, screen, and recruit candidates for a variety of jobs. You can use it to post jobs to several job boards simultaneously to reach a wide pool of candidates. You can also promote those job posts with ads for maximum visibility. Candidates that want to apply are directed to your custom-branded career site, buildable within Recruitee without writing any code.
We like that Recruitee features a kanban-like recruiting pipeline, fully customizable to reflect the different stages in your recruitment process. To move candidates from one stage to another, you simply drag and drop the relevant candidate’s card. We also like Recruitee’s overdue candidate reminders that automatically notify you when a candidate sits for too long at a particular stage in your pipeline without updates.
To speed up certain processes, you can make use of Recruitee’s automation triggers and templates. For example, you can set up triggers to automatically publish job posts at specific times, send disqualification emails to candidates that don’t meet your criteria, and share evaluation requests with interviewers. You can also choose from several existing templates to quickly create pipelines, emails, and more.
When it comes to candidate screening, Recruitee integrates with several video conferencing platforms including Google Meet, MS Teams, and Zoom to facilitate video interviews. It also integrates with skill assessment platforms that help you filter out unqualified candidates. Once interviews are done, interviewers can submit their evaluations within Recruitee through customizable scorecards and evaluation forms. To reduce unconscious hiring bias, we recommend that you limit interviewers’ access rights to each other's evaluations, which can be done from Recruitee’s settings.
Overall, we think that small and medium-sized businesses can derive the most value out of Recruitee’s offering. With its current feature set, Recruitee isn’t able to fulfill the complex hiring needs of enterprises and recruiting agencies.
Recruitee isn’t really built for enterprises and recruiting agencies that hire more than 100 employees a year.
Recruitee has been used by over 5,000 companies, including Semrush, Mark and Spencer, Transcom, Taco Bell, Toyota, Asus, Livestorm, and Rakuten.
Recruitee has a marketplace full of pre-built integrations with tools such as BambooHR, Bob, SAP SuccessFactors, DocuSign, Slack, and more. They also offer API and webhook access so users are able to connect various custom solutions.
Recruitee has three pricing plans, all of which accommodate an unlimited number of users and can be trialed for free for up to 18 days. When billed annually, Recruitee’s plans cost as follows:
Though companies of different sizes (outside of large enterprises) can find value in Recruitee’s offering, we feel that it is capable of supporting medium-sized businesses best with its current feature set.
To get started with Recruitee, head over to their website and click the Try for free button at the top right corner. This will take you to a page where you can enter your company details and do the basic account configuration. While doing so, we recommend checking out Recruitee’s Beginner’s guide that’s available on their help center page. This guide breaks down several processes, including how to create your first job, import candidates, screen them, and more.
Recruitee has a help center that’s accessible 24/7 for self-serve. They also offer live chat support should customers need further help. Customers on Recruitee’s Lead plan get extra support perks, including a dedicated customer success representative that assists with onboarding, rollout strategy, and more.
Recruitee was founded in 2015 by Perry Oostdam and Paul Smoczyk. Frustrated by how traditional recruiting processes are slow and inefficient, Perry and Paul set out to build a solution that supports teams with their hiring needs and reduces manual labor.
Even though Recruitee is less than a decade old, their success can easily be measured in numbers. The company has over 118,000 users from over 4,000 companies, including well-known brands like Taco Bell and Marks and Spencer. They’ve also expanded beyond their Netherlands headquarters to have offices in Poznań, Poland, and New York, US.