Drafted has always allowed you to integrate with Google contacts and send emails to them. With our deeper integration for Gmail, you can now send outreach emails to candidates through your Gmail.
Lightspeed’s Startup Hiring Trends Report discovered that new hire onboarding, referral programs, and performance reviews were the most common. These programs are designed to foster career development, build company culture, and promote general employee well-being. They are the key to building and scaling successful teams.
Everyone involved here knows perfectly well that the people on a reference list are expecting your call, and they’re probably prepared to sing the candidate praises. So if you already know exactly how this conversation is going to go, why bother picking up the phone? The truth is, reference checks can be extremely valuable.
We’re excited to announce the launch of diversityreports.org, a free community resource to share data about diversity programs. You can check it out on Product Hunt too. See a collection of diversity reports in a side-by-side comparison. Compare your current company diversity metrics, set new goals for hiring, and see whose at the top of the list in these diversity categories. Now that we’ve compiled the information for you, you can stop searching the Internet for diversity reports at other companies and start browsing DiversityReports.org. We hope you enjoy it, discuss it with your peers, and send us any feedback at [email protected] Enjoy, Vinayak + Team Drafted
Earlier this year, we launched referralprograms.org as a free community resource to share data about referral programs. (Here’s a link to the announcement) Based on community contributions and other publicly available data, we surveyed 145 companies to create a benchmarking report for referral programs. We’re kind of obsessed with referrals at Drafted. We noticed that when speaking with talent leaders anywhere, the same kinds of questions kept coming up: Does a referral bonus actually help get more referrals? What’s a good referral % to aim for? How can we structure our program and bonus to be the most effective? How does our referral program compare? Now that we’ve compiled the information for you, you can stop Googling referral programs and start browsing[…]
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We already know that references provided by candidates tend to be skewed positive, and that’s not always particularly helpful to the person trying to decide if a candidate is the right fit. So how do you get a more balanced picture of what this person is actually like in the workplace?
Forward-thinking companies leverage their entire referral network. Hiring is the top challenge for startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. Thinking about hiring in a holistic way through referral networks can help you win at employer branding, recruitment marketing, and referral hiring.
Werk work work work Workable – Announcing our new partnership with Workable. Workable, like Drafted, is a truly ambitious company, so it was a no-brainer to work together where our ambitions align. When we spoke with customers that used Workable – the alignment was obvious. Workable is the all-in-one solution for sourcing and managing candidates, and Drafted is the all-in-one solution for referrals.
At Drafted we are a pretty competitive team. Everything is a competition here. So naturally, we created a leaderboard within Drafted to keep tabs on who was sending the most referrals.
At Drafted we really love referrals and the people that send them, so we are constantly thinking of great ways to reward our best referrers. Here are some of our all-time favorites.
People love to talk about themselves, and companies are no different. Explore the job pages at any tech employer and you’ll agree. Each job listing will contain boilerplate text about their fun-loving culture, describe their engaged and productive employees who enjoy solving big problems, and outline their generous benefits packages. But what about the job descriptions themselves?