The partnership will allow users of the Bullhorn Marketplace to search Dice within the ATS, add candidates directly, and track the metrics.
The collaboration is the result of the reputation of Bullhorn as a strong ATS vendor, Elizabeth Schillo, SVP of Dice, told the press.
While Careerbuilder, Monster, and Indeed are still the job board giants, Dice candidates tend to have more work experience and education than the average career site participant.
Still, job boards, career sites, and social media statistically do not uncover the entire talent population, and this particularly holds true for senior-level talent - it's estimated only 40% of executives use social media more than one hour a week, and as much as 68% of C-level talent has no digital presence whatsoever (Forbes).
With the growing demand for quality candidates, recruiters and employers are diligently exploring ways to uncover the best possible talent. Some new-wave avenues of recruiting have yet to prove themselves: according to Inc., while 92% of businesses say they are using social media as a recruiting tool, only 1% of job seekers say they expect to find a job via Twitter and 23% on LinkedIn.
Job boards and career sites currently account for approximately 18.1% and 23.4% of hires, respectively.
For more information on issues with finding talent online, see our Infographic.