The difference between applicant tracking systems (ATS) for normal recruitment and mass recruitment lies in their functionality, which is focused on different goals and the specific nature of recruitment processes.
ATS for normal recruitment focuses on individual tracking and analysis of candidates for specific positions, typically with a high level of specialization or managerial functions. In contrast, systems for mass recruitment are aimed at optimizing the recruitment process for quickly hiring a large number of employees with similar job profiles in a short time.
In terms of individual approach, ATS for normal recruitment usually provide more opportunities, including detailed information about candidates and customizing selection stages for each position. In systems for mass recruitment, such features may be simplified, as the focus is on the speed and efficiency of the process. This also affects interactions with candidates, where systems for targeted recruitment provide recruiters with tools to facilitate communication and feedback, while in systems for mass recruitment, these features may be reduced or adapted to handle a large number of candidates.
Regarding communication among process participants within the company, ATS for normal recruitment may provide opportunities for close interaction with other company employees, including managers and experts. However, systems for mass recruitment streamline and simplify communication for recruiters and other participants, maximizing the automation of their interaction and coordination.
Both systems are designed to improve the personnel selection process but are aimed at different tasks and types of companies. The choice between them depends on the specifics and scale of a company's recruitment needs.