Workpop's software is the product of our fundamental philosophy about hiring: we believe that the divide between job boards and the software for hiring managers (the traditional ATS) is a bad thing. It creates a poor user experience both for candidates and employers, leading to suboptimal data and redundant tasks.

Candidates are forced to re-enter information and are given little feedback and must start from square one if they are declined. Employers are forced to continually re-purchase candidates via job boards, and have minimal control over the sourcing experience - relying on job posts, fighting for attention in a sea of opportunities or attempting to build employment brands with antiquated technology.

The ATS, the most important software purchase for recruiting, doesn't even help with the largest problem - finding great employees. Not so with Workpop.