October 2014 release: now better than ever before

We are The Search Party - October 2014 Release

We are The Search Party

Many things have changed at The Search Party over the last few months including new leadership, fabulous new investors, awesome additions to the team, and a renewed sense of clarity around who we are and what we do.

So what are some of the highlights of this October release? There’s something for everyone:

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For CRM and Payroll users – October 2014 Release

A twelve-week process to refine how the platform works has been completed for Marketplace, and these changes will be visible to you already in the new homepage, and in a handful of key areas in the CRM and Payroll platform. Over the next few months you’ll see some marked improvements.

We’re committed to being your tool of choice to manage your business, and we think this latest release is the start of something wonderful for all of us.

 

CRM and Payroll messaging feature - October 2014 Release

Image: new messaging feature

 

 

Messaging driving action in your team

We’re all used to messages and notifications creating action in life. We’ve adopted this approach to letting you know what’s most important and needs doing.

 

Email marketing

CRM and Payroll- Email marketing - October 2014 Release

Image: greater choice of dynamic fields for email marketing

You now have greater choice of dynamic fields to include in your email mailshots and templates, allowing you to engage with your clients and candidates
more meaningfully, easily, and at scale.

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For Marketplace employers – October 2014 Release

We’re now ready to transform recruitment for employers. Beta’s finished. We are ready to help you find your next hire quickly and easily and at a fraction of the cost you’d expect.

Leveraging data science across more than 10 million candidates we are uniquely positioned to understand career paths and guide you to the people you need.

Recruitment should be painless.

Check it out, you won’t believe how easy it is!

A single space for all of your activities

The Search Party Marketplace dashboard - employers - October 2014 Release

Image: the new Marketplace dashboard for employers

The new Marketplace dashboard is your hub for activity, guiding you to where you need to be at the right time to move hires quickly through the funnel.

 

Shortlists are the key

The Search Party shortlists employer screen - October 2014 Release

Image: Shortlists are key to tracking progress made with candidates

The candidate management process has become a breeze! Every candidate you work with sits in the shortlist. Rate them, manage them, hire them, bin them, all in one place.

 

Breathtaking search

The Search Party candidate search results screen - October 2014 Release

Image: brand new candidate search results

Radical improvements to our groundbreaking search allows you to develop a meaningful shortlist in less time than it takes to drink a coffee.

Speed, speed, speed

We know you need a quick and easy experience online. We can now guarantee your request for candidates and interviews will be organised almost immediately. You’ll have hired faster than you could have digested job-board applications, and before a traditional agency’s got you good resumes, at a fraction of the cost.
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Marketplace recruiters – October 2014 Release

We’re now ready to evolve recruitment for you and provide a profitable revenue stream for you. Beta’s finished. We are ready to connect you and your candidates with great employers all over the country.

Leveraging data science across more than 10 million candidates we are uniquely positioned to help employers find the candidates they need. They’ll then pay you to validate and engage with the candidates to get them to interview quickly and efficiently.

Together we can do something monumental. We can turn a painful process into something quick, easy, and painless.

Check it out, you won’t believe how easy it is to do what you need to.

A single space for all of your activities

The Search Party Marketplace dashboard- recruiter - October 2014 Release

Image: new Marketplace dashboard for recruiters

The new Marketplace dashboard is your hub for activity, guiding you to where you need to be at the right time to move hires quickly through the funnel and make more placements.

Simple offer/accept and “More like this”

 

The Search Party Marketplace recruiter terms proposal offer - October 2014 Release

Image: the simple offer

 

No more needing to agree fees on each candidate before sending them through to employer. With one click you can accept terms on the vacancy.

We’ll then show you more candidates just like those requested, so all you need to do is call them and get them interested in the job. It’s one click to put them forward for interview once qualified.

The Search Party Marketplace recruiter dashboard suggest candidates - October 2014 Release

Image: three simple ways to suggest candidates

 

Track how your vacancies are progressing

The Search Party marketplace recruiter vacancy progress - October 2014 Release

Image: track the progress of your vacancies

We know it’s important to see where you’re up to with each vacancy. We’ve made it easy to manage these by introducing a progress bar which shows you how many candidates at each stage. We’ll use messaging and notification icons (just like on your phone) to keep you focused on exactly what you need to do.

Refer a friend

Refer a friend - October 2014 Release

Refer a friend

Life’s about friends. Share with people a career path you find interesting and if your friend signs up we’ll give you $100 USD for every hire they make with us for a year.

Login to your account at www.thesearchparty.com to start sharing!

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Ben is the Chief Executive Officer of the The Search Party, responsible for our global operations and strategy. He's a marathon swimmer who swam the English Channel solo in July 2014. He's an Ambassador for Opportunity International Australia, a supporter of The Hunger Project and is passionate about ending world poverty.

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