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Employment Agencies Record System (EARS)



Employment agencies profit from accurately identifying matching applicants to vacancies. Any lost opportunity to make a match is a lost profit opportunity. The Employment Agencies Record System (EARS) provides the facility to maximise the matching process speedily and efficiently. In addition, it provides the necessary back office facilities for running an efficient and profitable employment agency such as providing a wide choice of search options to meet the needs of a dynamic and expanding organisation.


  • The simple to use system allows choice from lists (menus) with question and answer technique. This means all staff can use it with ease
  • It allows the whole applicant list to be searched to match a new vacancy, ensuring no potential matches are overlooked
  • It also allows the whole vacancy list to be searched to match a new applicant, helping again to avoid the possibility of overlooking a match
  • Details found on any search may be displayed on the screen. A browsing facility enables all records selected on a particular search to be scrutinised backwards or forwards at will. This means that a fast and detailed response may be given to an initial enquirer even during the first telephone call. Such a response may well encourage an enquirer to go no further and so reduce competition. Additionally, it helps to reduce overheads by not having to telephone back at a later time
  • Applicant details may be printed out either in synopsis form or as a complete CV
  • A record is maintained of all interviews conducted by each client and all interviews attended by each applicant. The Event Diary prompts activities such as follow ups for interviews and regular contacting of clients
  • Client and applicant details not currently active may either be purged from the system or archived according to requirements. Clients or applicants who once again become active may have their details returned to the active register and updated as necessary. This means a considerable reduction in duplicated effort.

Hardware Requirements

Personal Computer with Pentium 4 processor (or higher) with 512MB of memory


Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7

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