reschedge_logo_squareReschedge, the world’s most advanced scheduling engine, recently launched two new features that the company says makes the recruiting process “even more efficient and transparent.” The Candidate Contact feature completely automates the process of gathering candidates’ availability, which helps eliminate this time-consuming task when scheduling interviews. The new Reports feature provides detailed insights into the interview process, delivering data HR departments can use to optimize their talent management strategy.

Candidate Contact enables recruiters to customize their candidate-facing messages and includes an intuitive dashboard for tracking pending availability requests. Reschedge works with top applicant tracking systems to support seamless recruiting operations, like syncing with the ATS or calendar, sending invitations, reserving rooms and tracking responses.

“Candidate Contact completes the Reschedge suite of interview scheduling tools.  We’ve always had great features for complex interview scheduling – with Candidate Contact, Reschedge becomes a best-in-class high-volume interview scheduling tool as well,” Jonathan Kennell, Reschedge co-founder, said.“The candidate contact feature is a tool for everyone-whether the interviewer is conducting on-site or high volume interviews.”

The new Reports feature offers users data, charts, overviews and detailed insights into recruiting operations, which can assist talent managers with evaluating their processes and strategy. By using the Reports tab on the Reschedge dashboard, users can access default reports or build and save their own custom reporting tools.

“The reports feature that Reschedge is launching provides interview analytics to let our clients understand their interview data from any and every angle,” Kennell said.

For recruiters using Reschedge, the entire platform is able to:

  • Automatically keep track of candidates, interviewers, recruiters and interview and volume in pre-defined or custom timeframes.

This gives talent managers the ability to easily track:

  • Interview types
  • Interviews scheduled by specific recruiters
  • Interviews conducted within a specific timeframe
  • Employee requisition types
  • Number of scheduled interviews
  • Other recruiting metrics that shed new light on how their company hires


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