The background:

We are a small search firm in Chicago that uses Bullhorn for all our external recruiting efforts. For the most part, it's great. We're able to track candidates and follow-up with them over the years as needed. The collaboration techniques we use also fit nicely with what this ATS offers.

The problem:

We've never had a person solely focused on internal recruiting efforts. Because of this, how we track internal candidates is the opposite of great. We don't want our employees to have access to profiles of those other recruiters we are actively interviewing or pursuing. This creates a tracking nightmare. We're unable to attached "notes" to active jobs because they're public to everyone.

The question:

Does anyone use Bullhorn for the internal ATS? And if so, how do you go about that? Before we get too far into contacting Bullhorn, we'd like to get other opinions. 

Thanks in advance.

Tags: ATS, Agency Recruiting, Bullhorn, applicant tracking

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Hi Myles, we get these questions a lot on RecruitingBlogs. 

Read this brief http://www.recruitingtools.com/bullhorn-review/

Pretty good break down by Matt.  I will push out your question to our members and by all means please tell us what you found out. 

Noel Cocca


Great stuff.  Thanks!
RecruitingBlogs said:

Hi Myles, we get these questions a lot on RecruitingBlogs. 

Read this brief http://www.recruitingtools.com/bullhorn-review/

Pretty good break down by Matt.  I will push out your question to our members and by all means please tell us what you found out. 

Noel Cocca

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