myStaffingPro Review by River Valley Bank

We asked River Valley Bank’s HR Specialist, Linda Derocher, what she thought about myStaffingPro applicant tracking system.

What is your experience with using an applicant tracking system?
Using myStaffingPro was the first experience I had with using an applicant tracking system.  I love it!  The electronic application process we formally used was ineffective, cumbersome, and most importantly did not allow us to communicate with applicants as we moved through the interview/hire process.

How long have you been using myStaffingPro?
Since March of 2010

How has myStaffingPro affected your processes (i.e. cost effectiveness, time to fill, etc.)
We are just now starting to use HR Metrics to measure how MSP has affected our processes.  I do believe that the use of this software has had a positive impact on how we communicate with applicants.

What is your favorite myStaffingPro feature?
The HM feature.  I love forwarding application documents to hiring managers knowing the system will prompt them to review application documents if they fail to do so within the allotted time.

What would you say to other HR professionals about myStaffingPro?
Set up and customization of this software to mirror your present process is easy and simple!  If you are hesitant to adopt myStaffingPro because you don’t have time to learn another new software system don’t worry about that happening with MSP!

With all the time you have saved since using MSP, what do you do with your extra time?
Due to the effectiveness and efficiencies created by using this system I am doing the job of two HR employees.  A co-worker who was performing the same recruiting duties as me resigned and we made a decision not to replace her.  So, I can’t say that I have more extra time because we adopted MSP.  I can say I am able to meet the hiring needs of our company as a single recruiter because we are using MSP.

We would like to thank Linda for taking the time to tell us about her experience with myStaffingPro applicant tracking system.

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