...freeing people up to spend time with people, not software.
We’re willing to bet it wasn’t to screen resumes or mindlessly change statuses in an ATS. It probably wasn’t to play calendar back-and-forth to schedule every interview, or chase candidates when they don’t show up for one. It wasn’t to endlessly answer the same repetitive questions. And it wasn’t to remind candidates to — for the sixth time — please complete their background check.
So, why can’t recruiting be about that stuff again? Why can’t your work be less about the work you hate and more about the stuff you signed up to do?
At Paradox, we call that assistant Olivia. 🙂
Maybe it’d be screening applicants so your recruiters could focus only on the people most qualified for the role. Or maybe it would be automating as much of the hiring process as possible — scheduling and rescheduling interviews; collecting feedback after every interview; sending offers; sharing onboarding paperwork. Sure, it’s all relatively simple administrative work. But that work adds up quickly — and it slows everything down.
The best part? She’s just getting started — and we’d love to have you join us on the journey.