When you purchase software, it’s always nice to learn everything about what the software can do right away. However, we all know this is not always a realistic possibility depending on the extent of available features. Sometimes, you have to “grow” into the application. With ExactHire’s applicant application management software we are occasionally asked for […]
About Randi Renee Doerr, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Randi Renee Doerr initially joined ExactHire in January 2012 as Project Manager in the Client Services Department. In her current role, VP of Client Success, she guides a team of outstanding client services representatives who handle the entire post-sales client life cycle. Randi is also responsible for cultivating all partner relationships and keeping interdepartmental processes squared away. She is always looking for new and different ways to harness technology for ExactHire and her clients.
Prior to joining ExactHire, Randi spent over five years with JMI, the world's largest motorsports exclusive marketing agency located here in Indianapolis. Randi had the opportunity of traveling the world and working directly with clients in the NASCAR, NHRA, and IndyCar series.
After working on accounts, she transitioned into a quality role developing procedures and best practices for this global company along with helping implement several technology projects aimed at creating efficiencies. Before joining JMI, Randi worked at The Indy Partnership helping economic development for central Indiana.
Randi is a Texan by birth and Hoosier by roots, graduating with a B.S. Honors in Marketing and International Studies from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business. Randi loves spending time with her husband, Matthew, and son, Jakob. She has a passion for learning and in addition to her SHRM-SCP and SPHR certifications, she holds certificates in Project Management, Massage Therapy, and Safe & Sacred. She is also highly skilled at hosting, planning, and executing events which typically include some element of public speaking.
Congratulations! You’ve decided to move forward with an applicant tracking system. We are really excited about that news! My guess is about half of you are a little scared or even worried about the ATS implementation process because it’s a new technology to introduce to your organization. Let me lay out ExactHire’s process for you as […]
Are you currently using our HireCentric applicant tracking software and Onboarding Central employee onboarding software? If so, please take note that we can integrate the two products. Once enabled, when you have decided which applicant within your HireCentric ATS portal you would like to hire, you may click through to the Integrations tab on the […]
Each time we embark on an applicant tracking software implementation for a new client, there are a handful of questions that seem to come up repeatedly. Since you may be wondering about these even before walking down the implementation path, I thought I would share them with you. Some may not make sense immediately, but […]
When you take time to write job descriptions, then push them to external job boards, then blow up social media with the #hiring hashtag and then finally conduct interviews, do you ever take the time to find out more about what society is telling applicants in terms of how to get the job or be […]
In the June 2013 issue of Inc. magazine, you don’t have to get to page 30 to have a clear understanding that the differentiating factor setting companies apart from their competitors is which individuals they select to hire. The culture fit of a hire is one of the greatest make or break qualities the person […]
At ExactHire, sometimes we hear the question, “Where are all of the applicants?” Instantly, my mind starts singing the Paula Cole song… “Where is my John Wayne? Where is my prairie son? Where is my happy ending? Where have all the cowboys gone?” I imagine I’m on the set of Glee, only I keep the […]
This past weekend was Mother’s Day… and many college graduations. The majority of college kids are out for summer “break” and in another month high school kids will begin their summer hiatus from school. I am of the personal opinion that the best thing we can do for kids (and potentially our workload) is hire […]
Recently I received an article forwarded from a friend that discussed applicants charging companies for their time during the interview process. Sounds a bit outlandish on the surface, doesn’t it? In summary, the article, “Ask The Headhunter: Should Employers Pay to Interview You?” (by Nick Corcodilos) is really about managing expectations. There are tons of […]