August 1st, 2023



**Introduction!**We as a consultancy are growing so we are constantly looking for new people to join our team. Even if innovation is at our core, the digitalization of the recruitment process appears to be tricky for us. I guess it is challenging for any smaller organization, where there is only one recruiter in place, and the workload is not big enough to implement and maintain a dedicated recruitment system.In this article, I illustrate how Formstack for Salesforce can facilitate this process. Formstack is a powerful productivity solution that can be used for different industries and scenarios. The use case described below is just one of many possible applications of their product named Formstack for Salesforce. I am not going to teach you how to set up the recruitment process or how to build a data model[1] in Salesforce. Rather I want to showcase the capabilities of the solution, using the example of a small company (up to 20 employees) that has a Salesforce org.The recruitment process that I am going to cover includes the following sub-processes:- Job application - Interviewing a candidate - job offer**Challenges**The challenges faced before implementing Formstack were as follows:- Lack of data centralization, standardization, and visibility. The recruiter keeps notes on candidates in both the LinkedIn Recruiter platform and the job board, so the information about applicants can be duplicated. Founders miss an overview of the application pipeline; and the fact that each job board service applies different status names or tags also doesn’t help. - There is no historical data on interview feedback available. After some time, it becomes difficult to remember why a candidate was rejected or placed on hold. The recruiter doesn’t have an overview of all the interview feedback thus missing an opportunity to learn from it and to make her search more precise.**Test imgae**![test](/assets/partner.svg)Test