NEW YORK, Oct. 24, 2018 — Ladders, Inc., the leading career site for $100k+ jobs, today announced its newest feature, Tap2Call. Available on Ladders’ mobile recruiter site, the feature allows recruiters to instantly call candidates they are interested in connecting with, simply by tapping the phone number on the profile. Tap2Call is the first of its kind among job recruitment platforms, giving recruiters the speed and ease-of-access they prefer to efficiently do their jobs to hire top talent.
“Unlike other top platforms in the digital recruitment space, Ladders’ new feature removes a barrier between recruiters and candidates. It allows recruiters to instantly leverage contact information that candidates have provided, rather than forcing them to make contact through proprietary communication tools that many candidates don’t even check,” said Ladders CEO Marc Cenedella. “Recruiters want to reduce their time to hire, and we’re helping them do that by making Tap2Call functional, easy to use, and a new standard for each candidate’s mobile profile on Ladders.”
On recruitment platforms where contact information typically isn’t readily available, it can be impossible to quickly connect with a candidate. With Tap2Call’s user-friendly functionality, recruiters using Ladders now have the ability for on-demand access to contact the most qualified candidates that suit their job openings.
“Tap2Call lets me contact candidates immediately, via my cell phone,” commented Pat Carlucci, Ladders user and Sr. Partner, Allen Austin Executive Search. “If I need to get in touch with a candidate, I can just find their profile on Ladders, tap the number, and be talking to them immediately.”
With record low unemployment rates across the U.S., the market for highly qualified executives and talent has never been more competitive. With Tap2Call, Ladders continues to innovate to provide corporate talent acquisition and recruiting professionals with tools to that attracts the best and most active job candidates, while simultaneously enabling job seekers to conduct focused searches for the most desirable, high-paying roles in their fields.