Let your Inner Geek Out at HR Technology

It is that time of year again for the HR Technology conference.  The conference summons all the programmers, IT, and tech junkies from their cubicles to the Windy Cindy to see and learn about the latest and greatest technology for Human Resources.  This year myStaffingPro applicant tracking system will be featuring our new integration with the employment screening company employeescreenIQ.

The alliance will allow hiring professionals using myStaffingPro’s platform to utilize employeescreenIQ ‘s thorough, accurate and compliant background checks for employment applicants around the world.

“Plain and simple: HR professionals are looking for time and cost saving solutions that maximize efficiency and reduce risk in the workplace,” said Chief Marketing Officer of employeescreenIQ.  “This strategic alliance between two market leaders allows them to do so without sacrificing quality and compliance.

This pre-integrated solution will  improve hiring and screening efficiency, reduce the need for duplicate data entry, minimize the opportunity for data entry error, and promote consistency in the hiring and screening process.   The alliance between employeescreenIQ and myStaffingPro will ultimately help HR practitioners become more efficient in evaluating candidates and accelerate the hiring process.

Ruth Ann Stover Director of Sales commented, “The partnership will offer our customers the capability to submit the background request via an interface from myStaffingPro to their site.  Part of the integration includes the capability to collect a true, legally defensible electronic signature from candidates.  Once completed we will receive the real time feedback from employeescreenIQ with a portal link to review results.  It’s a win- win for our customers. “

myStaffingPro applicant tracking system will be exhibiting at booth #109 at the HR Technology Conference & Exposition, October 15-16, 2008 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.

2 thoughts on “Let your Inner Geek Out at HR Technology

  1. What is considered an official background check? Or is this the wrong forum to be asking?

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