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More than 110,000 applicants have applied for QSR, fast casual and casual restaurant jobs throughout the United States by using WyckWyre.
New York (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
WyckWyre, the online hiring system for the food and hospitality industry, celebrated its 110,000th applicant to apply to one of its many restaurant/hospitality employers last week. The applicant tracking system launched in May 2010.
WyckWyre advertises all positions for employers and pre-screens each applicant that applies, helping to significantly reduce time-to-hire. Managers who use the system for hiring report higher quality employees and a measurable turn-over reduction.
"It's a very exciting time for us," Lisa DiVirgilio, WyckWyre's company director, said. "Our employers are seeing the value in thorough pre-screening beyond just a yes/no or agree/disagree question set. WyckWyre provides complete virtual interviews for entry-level to top-level management applicants. Therefore, the time savings our hiring managers experience is beyond that of a typical applicant tracking system."
Employers using WyckWyre as their applicant tracking system report saving up to four to six hours per hire in recruiting time, and see a turnover reduction of between 35-40% compared to previous recruiting methods.
"I love that WyckWyre advertises positions for me. I don't have to wonder where I'm going to find my next applicant or if they'll be a quality applicant when they apply," an Applebee's hiring manager reported during WyckWyre's semi-annual customer survey.
District managers report that using WyckWyre has increased the quality of in-person interviews done by store managers once they chose an applicant who applied through the hiring system.
"I am seeing more quality applicants that are specific to my needs. Our interviews done by the management staff are worth more because of the research and information they enter an interview with by using WyckWyre," Gena Carr, district manager for a Wendy's franchisee in Tennessee, said.
"Hitting the 110,000 applicant mark is significant because it means our employers have 110,000 pre-screened, pre-qualified potential employees who are interested in working for them specifically, " DiVirgilio said." Many of the employers we work with report having trouble finding applicants prior to WyckWyre. We work hard to get them the applicants they need."
WyckWyre is the applicant tracking system designed specifically for the food and hospitality industry. The company works with franchisees of Wendy's, Burger King, Chili's, Fuddrucker's, Applebee's, Holiday Inn, Sonic, Subway, Buffalo Wild Wings and more. For more information about WyckWyre and to schedule a free demonstration, go to http://www.wyckwyre.com/applicant-tracking-system.
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