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Learn more about how ZoomInfo for Recruiters helps recruiters find and pair the best and brightest candidates at companies who need talent the most.

  • I’m finding more aligned candidates on here as opposed to LinkedIn Recruiter. LinkedIn Recruiter will pull in other folks that look like a fit... but on ZoomInfo Recruiter, I’m find a lot more of the specific roles I’m looking for. Alex Martinez Amazon Recruiter

    Source Qualified Candidates

    In the world of staffing and recruiting, you need to know who to reach and how to reach them, and only ZoomInfo for Recruiters offers talent acquisition professionals both business AND mobile phone numbers, personal AND professional email addresses, and so much more.

    Go beyond the resume with ZoomInfo for Recruiters deep candidate professional profiles, including academic and employment history; professional certifications and accolades; even navigate department org charts to understand a candidate’s current team dynamics.

  • Connect Faster with Native Autodialing and Email Tools

    ZoomInfo Engage combines best-in-class contact data with tools that automate outreach. Contact candidates through templated email and calling capabilities, whether sourcing from LinkedIn, company websites, or natively within our platform.

I would have never known about these candidates if it wasn’t for your work.

Aaron Redd Sr Professional Recruiter, Endevis
  • Reach Passive Candidates with Comprehensive Contact Data

    Sometimes a passive candidate is the best fit for a hard-to-fill position. ZoomInfo for Recruiters extensive data helps you connect with skilled candidates — whether or not they’re actively searching for new employment — making the process of recruiting them faster and more effective.

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  • Build Pipeline as You Recruit Candidates on LinkedIn

    Ever see the perfect prospect on LinkedIn, but have no way of actually reaching them? Stop stalking and start sourcing! With ZoomInfo’s Chrome extension, ReachOut, hiring managers and recruiters can access business and personal contact information directly from a candidate’s LinkedIn profile page — on-the-fly.

  • Stay Connected to Your Target Industry

    Bypass manual business development research and get the latest insights into staffing needs delivered right within your workflows. ZoomInfo for Recruiters provides real-time hiring signals through first-party and third-party intent data, including alerts for funding rounds, product launches, executive changes, and other company insights, along with online search and consumption patterns that reveal who’s searching for what.

  • Push Qualified Candidates to Your Applicant Tracking System

    ZoomInfo boasts integrations with popular ATS solutions like Bullhorn. Streamlined administrative processes means less headaches and more focus on finding the perfect role for the perfect candidate.

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Frequently Asked Questions about ZoomInfo’s Recruiting Database

  • What candidate information is available to recruiters in ZoomInfo's database?

    The information available to recruiters on ZoomInfo’s platform allows them to 1) identify and connect with potential candidates faster, 2) always reach their intended audience, 3) recruit more passive candidates, and 4) access deep company insights. More specifically, ZoomInfo’s recruiting database includes:

    • Professional and personal contact information (email addresses, mobile and business direct dial phone numbers)
    • Location
    • Employment and academic history
    • Job function
    • Management level
    • Professional certifications and accolades
    • Company size
    • Annual revenue (including growth rates)
    • Department size
    • Department org charts
  • How does ZoomInfo maintain its recruiting database?

    How do we attain our data, and how do we make sure it continues to be accurate? All of these are valid questions, and ZoomInfo has a diverse portfolio of data sources and a system of checks and balances that ensures both the quality and quantity of information available to recruiting professionals. The process includes four different practices:

    • We have a vast contributory network: Our community network of voluntary contributors is large, and growing every day, adding new information and validating the accuracy of our existing database.
    • We use proprietary machine learning: Automated machine learning constantly scans corporate websites, news articles, SEC filings, job postings, and other sources for information about industries, locations, revenues, and much more.
    • We use human research and verification: Our human research and development team works to verify algorithm performance, enhances information about contacts, findings, and conferences.
    • We use third party expert partners: We use trusted third party sources to supplement our automated data aggregation in order to extract information from public companies, merger and acquisition activity, government data sources, and social media feeds.
  • What are best practices for engaging passive candidates?

    Active candidates are easy to recruit because they come to you. So what about passive candidates — the ones who aren’t actively looking for a new job, and who may not even know that your organization exists, let alone that you’re hiring? With ZoomInfo’s robust candidate database, recruiters and hiring managers can incorporate best practices for reaching even the most passive candidates, including how to easily:

    • Conduct candidate research: Find out as much as you can about a candidate before you even reach out to them. Make sure that their skills and work history would make them a good fit for your company and culture.
    • Stress the career opportunity: Someone who isn’t actively seeking a job change is going to be harder to convince than someone who is. A new job is a major life change — and most people won’t be willing to do it unless there is real opportunity to grow in their career/improve the quality of their life.
    • Stay updated on industry news: Staying on top of industry news can help you identify potential candidates that arise out of things like acquisitions, mergers, layoffs, and other things that would cause employees to leave a company.
    • Ask the right questions: As is probably clear, passive candidates require a different approach than active candidates, which means you should be inquiring about different things. For example: what was the most fulfilling job you’ve ever had, and does your current position measure up? This approach can make the candidate reflect on their current position and identify any shortcomings.

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