Attract & Onboard Top Talent with Talent Acquisition Software

With isolved Talent Acquisition solutions, convey a positive employee experience, impart the culture and values of your organization, and realize quick time-to-value in onboarding employees.

Attract and Onboard Top Talent with Talent Acquisition

isolved Talent Acquisition

Create First Impressions That Count

From the moment a candidate accepts your offer and joins your organization to the point of their departure, their interactions and impressions matter.

Did you know Harvard Business School found that 1 in 3 new hires look for a new job during their first six months of coming onboard? For those who leave, the employee turnover costs range between 100 and 300 percent of the replaced employee’s salary.

isolved Attract & Hire

isolved Attract & Hire software is designed to find the best-fit candidates for your open roles. Dive into tasks needing a human touch and automate the rest. You can effortlessly publish open positions to the premier job boards, pre-screen candidates with questionnaires, and schedule interviews quickly with integrated calendars - eliminating the back-and-forth emails. Save time for the things that matter most while ensuring nothing falls through the cracks. 

isolved Onboarding & Offboarding

The isolved People Cloud Onboarding & Offboarding module is ready to help you reduce your workload and keep your employees focused on the right things. It provides real-time analytics and status reports, configurable templates, and wizards to ensure consistency and compliance – all at your fingertips – for connecting with employees in more meaningful ways. 

Recruit Assist

Hire better people faster. More than 60% of applicants will start an online application but leave without finishing it. And there’s a whole lot more who never see your ad to begin with. It’s difficult to attract and hire talented people, but isolved improves the process and provides real results. Recruit Assist empowers you to streamline your hiring process, cutting down the time to hire.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Talent Acquisition vs. HR?
Talent Acquisition and Human Resources (HR) are closely related functions within an organization but focus on different aspects of managing people.
Talent Acquisition specifically refers to the process of identifying, attracting, hiring, and onboarding top talent to meet the organization's needs. It is a strategic approach that focuses on finding and acquiring skilled individuals to fill specific roles within the company.
On the other hand, HR encompasses a broader range of responsibilities related to managing the employee lifecycle, including benefits administration, employee relations, compliance with labor laws, performance management, and training and development.
While Talent Acquisition is part of HR, it specifically targets recruiting and onboarding new employees.
Does talent acquisition mean recruiter?
The term "talent acquisition" often involves the role of a recruiter, but it encompasses more than just recruiting.
Recruiters are typically focused on filling current vacancies by sourcing, interviewing, and hiring candidates. Talent Acquisition, however, takes a more holistic and strategic approach. It not only includes the recruitment process but also involves workforce planning, employer branding, candidate experience, and onboarding strategies to attract and retain top talent. Therefore, while recruiters play a crucial role in Talent Acquisition, the concept itself is broader and includes various strategies and practices aimed at building a strong workforce.
What is an example of talent acquisition?
An example of Talent Acquisition would be a company identifying a need for a new software engineer to work on an upcoming project.
The Talent Acquisition team would then undertake a series of strategic steps to fill this role. This could include defining the job description, promoting the position on best-in-class job boards, leveraging social media to enhance employer branding, and using pre-screening questionnaires to filter candidates. The process would also involve conducting interviews, possibly using integrated calendars and collaboration tools for scheduling, and ultimately selecting the right candidate. 
Once hired, the employees would be onboarded and developed through tailored workflows, ensuring they are fully integrated into the company culture and values.
What are the responsibilities of talent acquisition?
The responsibilities of Talent Acquisition include:
  • Workforce planning to identify current and future hiring needs.
  • Developing employer branding to attract high-quality candidates.
  • Sourcing candidates through various channels, including job boards, social media, and networking events.
  • Pre-screening candidates using assessments and questionnaires.
  • Conducting interviews and selecting the best-fit candidates.
  • Onboarding new hires to ensure they are fully integrated into the organization.
  • Implementing strategies for retaining top talent.
  • Using analytics to measure the effectiveness of recruitment strategies and make data-driven decisions.
What makes a successful talent acquisition team?
A successful Talent Acquisition team is characterized by:
  • A deep understanding of the organization’s strategic goals and how talent impacts those objectives.
  • Strong employer branding that attracts top candidates.
  • Proficiency in using modern recruitment tools and technologies to streamline the hiring process.
  • The ability to source and engage with a diverse pool of candidates.
  • Effective communication and collaboration skills to work closely with hiring managers and understand the specific needs of each role.
  • A focus on candidate experience to ensure applicants have a positive interaction with the organization from start to finish.
  • Data-driven decision-making capabilities to continuously improve the recruitment process.
  • Commitment to developing and retaining talent once they are onboarded, ensuring long-term success for both the employee and the organization.

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