Tribepad partners with IPC Europe to find talent for Subway

Enterprise talent acquisition software provider Tribepad has announced a new partnership with the provider of purchasing and support services to 4,500 Subway franchisees across Europe.

IPC Europe will use Tribepad’s applicant tracking software (ATS) to help Subway stores attract and retain “the right talent”, a Tribepad statement said. The ATS will enable IPC to automate recruiting.

“By harnessing Tribepad’s ATS, IPC Europe is also able to manage all applications through utilising Tribepad’s smarter analytics tool,” the statement said. “Using real-time data, IPC Europe can report on diversity compliance, time-to-hire, cost of acquisition and source optimisation to ensure they are fulfilling a smooth overall hiring experience for both Subway hiring managers and candidates.”

Dean Sadler, CEO at Tribepad, pointed out that businesses will likely “become inundated” with applications as unemployment rises. By automating the hiring process, Sadler said, Subway will be able to manage “the influx of applications” and provide a unified hiring experience across a number of European territories.

IPC Europe is an independent non-profit making organisation owned by Subway Franchisees in Europe. Today they manage over £1.5bn worth of contracts on behalf of over 4,500 Subway restaurants in Europe.

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