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?
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[…]
It’s hard to overstate the inherent risks and cost associated with hiring, especially for early-stage companies. One wrong hire on a very small foundational team can delay product launches, sales execution or throw off the chemistry of a once well-oiled machine. So when you’re faced with a candidate who checks all the boxes on paper and demonstrates a mastery of the in-person interview, how can you be sure you’ve found the right person for the job?
Get your 2018 started off on the right foot with these recruiting events. There’s something for every part of your hiring team. 103 Recruiting Hacks to Make 2018 Your Most Productive Year Yet — A four-part webinar series hosted by Lever. January 10th: 24 Recruiting Hacks for Employer Branding and Candidate Experience, feat. Ariel Jolo of Medallia and Michelle Hart, formerly of Whisper. January 17th: 31 Recruiting Hacks for Sourcing and Diversity Recruiting, feat. Zeenat Bhamani of Netflix. January 24th: 25 Recruiting Hacks for Partnering with Hiring Managers and Data-Driven Recruiting, feat. Melissa Trahan of Thread and Pat Morey of LevelUp January 31st: 23 Recruiting Hacks for Interviewing and Closing Candidates Register for the series today and get caught up on what you missed. ASU +[…]
This is a guest post from Maya Humes and the Lever team, who recently released their Diversity and Inclusion Handbook. Attracting, recruiting, and retaining diverse candidates isn’t rocket science, nor is it a walk in the park. It is a constant work in progress that – if done right – rewards you with tangible successes along the way. As long as you keep experimenting, iterating, and requesting input from both candidates and employees, it’s possible to build the diverse and inclusive culture you seek step-by-step. Lever’s new 70-page Diversity & Inclusion Handbook lists countless strategies to help teams do exactly that. Currently comprised of 50 percent women and 53 percent women in leadership, we share the journey that brought us here[…]
It’s time to have more control over the emails you’re sending from Drafted. Customize email templates for any and every email you send. Create emails based on the people you ask for intros to candidates like colleagues, friends, and 2nd-degree connections. And create different types of emails to send to candidates directly, from the cold outreach to the re-engagement email. The editor allows you to pull keywords to populate the correct information for every email. Use keywords to insert names, LinkedIn profile links, open role title, and more. Start saving time when emailing candidates and asking for intros by customizing your emails to be ready at the click of a button.
We’re excited to tell you about v2 of the Draftedbot in Slack, using the new Slack Forms API. You can check it out on Product Hunt, LinkedIn, the Slack Appstore, or sign up to try it on Drafted Get suggestions about who they should refer for which job at what time Be able to make a complete referral without leaving Slack (via Slack forms) Have that information travel straight into the ATS (e.g Greenhouse, Lever) Get weekly reports about how their referral program is doing Get suggestions about who they should refer for which job at what time Be able to make a complete referral without leaving Slack (via Slack forms) Have that information travel straight into the ATS (e.g Greenhouse, Lever) Get[…]
In three years, Yotpo’s staff has grown over sixfold — from 50 employees in Tel Aviv alone, to over 300 with offices in New York, London, and soon, Salt Lake City. Rapid scaling at a startup is notoriously challenging. It’s expensive, time consuming, and presents a range of operational challenges. But Yotpo’s company wide bingo-themed Recruitathon saved the company $70,000, and brought in over 500 referrals, plus 16 new hires in the Tel Aviv office In 2016, the Yotpo New York City office grew from 30 to 90 employees. In 2017, they hired another 20 people in just 44 days during their February 15 challenge. And if you think there must have been a quality versus quantity trade-off, think again.[…]
The Candidates page for managers and recruiters just got an upgrade – Stages! Quickly switch between tabs to find candidates who’ve been referred, applied directly, or already contacted. See more information about your referral up front, like who referred them and the date they were referred. And never contact the same candidate twice. Stay up-to-date on who’s been contacted and when. Manage your referral pipeline like a pro and save time digging around Drafted to find information about your referrals.