For job seekers, the process of applying for roles can be time-consuming. For employers, a lengthy application process can lead to candidates abandoning their applications, thus reducing the level of top talent employers have the opportunity of choosing from. Abandoned applications may suggest a poor candidate experience, which in turn can damage the employer brand and reputation as applicants are less likely to recommend the company to others. Read one of our previous blogs on this topic.

Poor candidate experience can be caused by a lack of integration between your ATS and your careers site. Many careers sites that are not integrated with their ATS’ use a standard “log-in to apply” model, which requires candidates to create an account before starting their application. On the other hand, directly integrating your ATS with your careers site can resolve this issue by simplifying the application process. This is where applicants simply give their email address at the start of an application. If the candidate were to then abandon their application, an automated email would be sent to remind the candidate to complete their application. Much like in the e-commerce world where you’d get an email reminder if you left something in your virtual basket without checking out.

How can Attrax help you increase your application conversion rate?

Attrax provides seamless integration with your ATS, simplifying the way site visitors apply to your job roles. Through integrating the ATS with your careers site, the candidate experience is not only improved but the application conversion rate can increase by 50%.

Want to find out more? Watch our Account Director David Johnston explain how you can lower the rate of abandoned applications on your careers site, with examples from our clients SNC-Lavalin and Mitchells & Butlers.


Reduce the rate of abandoned applications with Attrax

Are you interested in a careers site system seamlessly integrating with your ATS? Read our client case studies for successful examples or request a demo to learn more.