The Resumator is an online recruiting system that saves employers time and money on hiring. It features simple tools for both promoting jobs and reviewing resumes.
The Resumator makes it easy for growing businesses to automatically post jobs to their website as well as on top paid and free job boards. As resumes are submitted, this tool converts them into a searchable database while making each one instantly viewable in the browser. It is most suited for hiring managers, recruiters and employees as it enables them to easily collaborate to review, rank, track and discuss applicants in one secure place without having to use papers.
The Resumator helps more than 3,000 growing businesses to make their hiring more cost efficient, more collaborative and even paperless.
It is a paid tool although a free trial is available. Interested parties can choose from the three paid plans available. The Starter costs $149 per month (unlimited jobs), the Professional (most popular/unlimited users) is priced at $269 per month while the Enterprise costs $399 per month.
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