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Recruiting Agencies Use Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding for Quick and Secure New Hire Document Management

Bullhorn®, the global leader in recruiting software, today announced the availability of Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding, a new module which provides electronic new hire document management capabilities designed specifically for staffing and recruiting agencies. Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding enables contract staffing agencies to create unlimited forms for their clients, automatically enter placement data such as contractor names and addresses, and provide secure access to an online portal for easy form completion.

Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding is part of the Bullhorn Back Office product suite, which, alongside the Bullhorn ATS/CRM, provides an end-to-end solution for recruiting agency processes. Bullhorn Back Office also includes Time and Expense, Time and Expense Mobile, Invoices, and Commissions modules. By tracking the progress of each placement’s documents online using Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding, contract staffing firms can send electronic reminders to candidates with outstanding paperwork and know when to escalate and call candidates directly. In just a few months of use, one customer has reduced the time spent completing new hire paperwork and E-Verify processes by 60% using Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding.

Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding enables staffing firms to:

  • Create new hire documents easily by seamlessly importing/merging Bullhorn data
  • Quickly address diverse client and job requirements
  • Store new hire documents securely and ensure compliance with data protection mandates
  • Confirm that candidates are eligible for employment in the United States using E-Verify

Conversely, it also provides benefits to contractors, who can:

  • Sign pre-populated new hire documents electronically, avoiding back-and-forth trips to the staffing agency
  • Receive speedy notifications and reminders if forms are not completed properly
  • Rest assured that their sensitive data is secure in Bullhorn’s SSAE 16 Type II compliant data centers

The entire Bullhorn Back Office product suite was designed from the ground up, by staffing professionals, for staffing professionals. Uniquely suited to meet the needs of staffing firms and facilitate growth for Bullhorn customers, Bullhorn Back Office has rapidly increased in popularity since its launch in July of 2013. Hundreds of Bullhorn ATS/CRM customers now use Bullhorn Back Office, trusting Bullhorn for their end-to-end recruiting software needs.

“It’s extremely important for us to have a seamless, end-to-end solution for both our front and back office processes – and we have that with the addition of Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding,” said Quinn Salamandra, Chief Operating Officer at Corporate Brokers. “We were using another electronic onboarding tool previously and switched to Bullhorn because we knew it would offer us better data integrity and reduce errors. Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding helps improve our agency brand in the eyes of our consultants and contractors. And it gives us valuable visibility into and control over the onboarding process; we see when a contractor is going through their new hire paperwork. Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding will save us hours of onboarding time per new contractor compared to the electronic tool we used before. The benefits for customers using manual tools will be considerably more dramatic.”

“Bullhorn’s products are designed to improve recruiting professionals’ efficiency and productivity,” said Gordon Burnes, chief marketing officer at Bullhorn, “and the new Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding module takes the hassle out of completing and processing new hire forms to the benefit of contractors and staffing firms. We’re helping to end the back office paper chase, once and for all.”

For more information on Bullhorn Back Office Onboarding, or to view a demo of the product, please visit: http://www.bullhorn.com/products/back-office/onboarding?LS=Public_Relations

About Bullhorn

Bullhorn creates cloud-based software solutions that help recruiters put the world to work. As the global market leader in staffing and recruiting software, our innovations power the operations of fast-growing start-ups up through the world’s largest staffing brands. Headquartered in Boston, with offices in St. Louis, Richmond, Vancouver, London, and Sydney, Bullhorn’s applicant tracking system, recruitment CRM, back office, and social recruiting products serve more than 10,000 clients representing nearly 350,000 users across 150 countries.

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