Referoo develops express reference checking tool

Right now, neither recruiters or hiring managers nor referees have the time to be doing lengthy reference checks

Referoo develops express reference checking tool

Referoo, the leading Australian-owned online reference checking provider, has developed Healthref, a simple and fast reference checking tool that helps ease the burden of reference checks on recruiters and hiring managers in the health and aged care industries.

Referoo Director, Neil Rose, said, “COVID-19 has hit everyone hard, but if you’re in the health and aged care sectors, recruiters and hiring managers are under the pump to fill roles with qualified candidates fast.

“We know that right now neither recruiters or hiring managers nor referees have the time to be doing lengthy reference checks, but it’s even more important that we hire the right person with the right qualifications,” said Rose.

“To help, Referoo used our experience in improving recruitment processes to build Healthref, which can ease that burden. It’s fast, simple to use and provides the essential information recruiters and hiring managers need to know about the candidate.”

Referoo’s Healthref tool follows a three-step process:

  • Step One: Candidate provides contact details of their best referees for the role.
  • Step Two: A simple questionnaire is sent to the referee via text designed to take less than two minutes.
  • Step Three: Referoo creates a downloadable report for hiring manager or client.

Referoo is offering a free 21-day trial of Healthref to support the health and aged care sectors through this uncertain time.

For more information on the free trial visit: https://www.referoo.com.au/healthcare

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