Talent knows talent
Talentry makes it easy for your employees to recommend open positions to qualified friends via social networks and other channels.
Find great talent without searching
Our matching algorithm automatically identifies suitable candidates for your open positions in your employees’ networks and asks your employees to refer them.
Targeted job distribution
In order to make your employee referral program a success in the long run, individual job newsletters and targeted campaigns keep your employees informed about the open positions of your company.
Easy referral management
Talentry makes tracking referrals, managing referral bonus payments, in-depth KPI analysis and performance monitoring a piece of cake.
Works on any device at any time – in several languages
With Talentry, your employees can recommend jobs at any time, from anywhere. Being available in several languages, Talentry can be used as a global recruiting tool.
Jens PippigHead of Strategy & Operations
ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG
“Being an innovative company, ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG is always interested in current trends. This is also true for recruiting. I’m sure that with Talentry, our company’s referral program can be implemented in a much more efficient and transparent way.”
Antje HaberkornHead of Human Resources
Unternehmensgruppe Dr. Eckert GmbH
“Our employees can now benefit from their networks in a great way. Thanks to Talentry’s easy-to-use referral platform, the number of employee referrals has increased drastically. Our own employees can represent our company in a way that is much more authentic than a job description. With a friend’s recommendation, candidates can get great insight into the company culture and assess whether the open position is a good fit for them. We are positive that this leads to much less bad hires.”
Bastian NominacherManaging Director
“With Talentry, we were able to find two great software engineers in just about one month. And the best thing is that we paid much less than we would have for a single headhunter hire. If you want to win the “war for talents”, you have to stay innovative!”