Manatal product overview
Manatal is the next-generation recruitment software designed for recruiting agencies and in-house HR departments across industries. Cloud-based and built with the latest technologies, it streamlines recruitment processes from sourcing to onboarding and beyond. The software has main functions related to applicant and employee information and record.
Manatal’s interface is both practical and intuitive, leading to little to no training required for teams to start leveraging its tools. The platform packs all the standard Applicant Tracking Software (ATS) features such as recruitment processing, drag-and-drop pipelines, and compliance tools (for GDPR, CCPA, and PDPA). It provides collaboration tools, a user-friendly career page builder, a complete analytics suite, and activities management. Manatal also offers features like skill bank, job ad posting on numerous free and premium channels, candidate and job history, and a placement/hire management system. Additionally, it has database migration tools and job requisitions management.
Manatal has innovative features, including search functions, advanced resume parsing, AI-based recommendations, candidate scoring, and social media enrichment of candidate profiles (Linkedin, Facebook, and GitHub). These features are valuable in streamlining recruitment activities like candidate sourcing and screening and leveraging large existing candidate databases. For agencies, Manatal includes a complete CRM (customer relationship management) system for centralizing all lead, client, and candidate activities under one platform. This recruitment software offers an open API with support around the clock via live chat from Monday to Friday.
Pros of Manatal
- Manatal is a simple and intuitive solution that only takes around 15 minutes to master with robust features that add value to the entire hiring process, from finding candidates up to the onboarding phase and beyond.
- The software relies on AI and machine learning to provide a range of advanced and unique features such as AI-based candidate recommendations, candidate scoring, social media enrichment, and search functions.
Cons of Manatal
- While Manatal is complete and includes tools covering all steps of the recruitment process, it is important to note that the solution doesn’t feature any payroll management tools.
- It doesn’t include a free plan, and extensions of the 14-day free trial are not possible.
Breakdown of core features
Automated recommendation of candidates and candidates scoring
Manatal scans job descriptions and extracts the core skills and requirements needed for candidates to perform well in the position at hand. The software then cross-references the results with the talent pool to match the candidates who fit the position best.
The recommendation system compares the candidates’ skills, location, positions, and education to the requirements. It ranks candidates based on the criteria selected. The higher the candidate score is, the more suitable they are for the job.
Automated enrichment of candidate profiles on social media
As soon as users create a new candidate profile, Manatal’s AI tools browse the web in search of data on more than 20 social media platforms. The feature allows recruiters to get to know their candidates, their capabilities, and their goals. Once integrated, the platform displays all information from the candidate’s social media accounts on a single page.
Job boards one-click multi-posting
Recruitment teams can create a position and share it on thousands of free and premium channels. These include major job boards and social media platforms such as Indeed, ZipRecruiter, Glassdoor, LinkedIn, and Facebook, as well as local or specialized channels. Candidates who apply through these channels will automatically have profiles created on Manatal and added to the matching job.
Create and customize your career page
The software empowers organizations to make a good impression with customizable career pages. Manatal facilitates the creation of career pages from scratch within ten minutes. Users can choose the template that matches the brand and leverage the many available options to fit their specifications.
(Last updated on 10/28/2021 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)