StepStone Solutions Upgrades MrTed

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newsMRTedTalentLink, a popular talent management program, released a new version of its software as a service program.

The press release issued by StepStone Solutions announced that MrTedTalentLinkv10.1 has the following features:


  • Substantial enhancements to the application process that give the recruiter full control over the candidate experience through new configuration options within the Personal Information Form (PIF). Each site or sourcing channel can present a different PIF, allowing an optimised experience for each job type and control of the candidate experience during the application process. The availability of Custom Translation Sets for standard labels in the application process also allow tailoring the application process to use it for a variety of purposes. Finally, candidates who apply within their candidate career portal now enjoy the Auto Save of their application every time they navigate from one step to the next.
  • MrTedTalentLink comes with a redesigned apps library for faster and more convenient navigation, and faster search. StepStone Solutions is introducing a new generation of more complex apps – such as the pre-screening app – allowing recruiters to make decisions on a candidate directly from the workspace.
  • In MrTedTalentLink v10.1 the workspace logic has been enhanced, resulting in a much faster loading time when navigating to the workspace.
  • New additions in the area of volume recruitment and time sheet management, such as Form Sharing, which enables recruiters to re-use the output of screening steps for later applications, and the possibility to define multiple timesheets approvers for contractors.

The new talent management software release appears to focus on flexibility, with the ability to collect custom data points from individual job postings. Applicant processing has been in focus with many applicant tracking and talent management technologies lately, as increased candidate numbers overwhelm enterprise level clients. By collecting custom applicant data, it is possible to build a more comprehensive database, but then also automate certain aspects of the candidate experience and deliver a better application process.

By Marie Larsen