The Hiring Playbooks

We proudly present: the Homerun Hiring Playbooks! A series of five e-books that teach you all the in’s and out’s of hiring talent. From building a strong employer brand to interviewing and selecting the right candidate.

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New marketing website

Our product has grown a lot in the last year and our previous website didn’t accurately represent what Homerun was about anymore. That’s why we’ve launched a brand new website to better explain what we’re all about and how Homerun can help you attract better candidates and streamline your entire hiring process.

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Has applied before

Sometimes people don’t know when to persevere and when to give up. That also happens to people who really, really want to work at your company. No matter how often they apply or to what job opening. Wouldn’t it be easy to get a notification when someone applies, that he/she has applied before? Well, from now on you will get those notifications :)

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Homerun redesigned

We've redesigned the entire review workflow, which is now stage-based, enabling you to focus on exactly those candidates that are relevant to you. Second, we've rebuild a lot of code from the ground up, which now makes Homerun faster than ever! We've also added a new job navigation, making you click a whole lot less.

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Homerun API 1.0 in beta

We've just launched the very first version of the Homerun API. One of the most requested features!

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Advanced user permissions

Sometimes you want to keep specific information private. With the advanced user permissions we’ve added to Homerun you're in control of every team member's access.

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2016: Year in Review

At the end of 2016 we had a surprise for some of our most active Homerun customers: A personal 'Year in Review' page which showed them interesting numbers about the year that has passed, like the amount of candidates and job openings they’ve had.

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The Art of Work Library

A resourceful collection of articles on growth, hiring, culture, trends and tools from the likes of Fastco, New York Times, Forbes, QZ and Medium. Curated by the Homerun team.

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The Art of Work newsletter

A lot of our customers ask us for inspiration on how to become a better place to work. That’s why as of today we’ll start sharing trends, interviews and must-reads on The Art of Work we come across in a biweekly newsletter. Expect themes such as company culture, growth, hiring, and work/life balance. Brought to you by the Homerun team.

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Plan events with candidates

You can now create events and invite candidates and team members, right from within Homerun.

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Dashboard update

We’ve given the Homerun dashboard a welcome redesign.

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To do's

Homerun just got a lot smarter: meet To do’s. To do's are an easy and effective way for you and your team to stay in the loop about stuff that needs to get don

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Editor 3.0

The job editor - that awesome tool you create your career site and job posts with - just got a whole lot more awesome.

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Talent Clipper

Put Homerun's Talent Clipper for Google Chrome in the hands of your colleagues so everyone can effortlessly source talent, without interrupting their workflow.

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Help Center

We’ve launched a full force Help Center. Both for people new to Homerun and for those who have more advanced questions, there’s a big change you’ll find your answer over there. Check it out and let us know if you miss anything.

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The Art of Work

The Art of Work is our attempt to start a conversation about the secret of every success: people. An online magazine exploring company culture, hiring, work/life balance and office rituals at design-minded companies all over the world. From the Homerun team.

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They Play

Music and work go together like hip and hop. The right tune helps you unwind, concentrate and celebrate, brings people together or helps individual focus. These are the songs that leaders in the creative world listen to in the workplace.

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