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RedFrog Events

Jobvite has helped us to narrow down our candidate pool by position, so we can match people to certain positions based on their skills.
Rachel Cobb
Recruitment Director, RedFrog Events

Challenges

 

  • Maintaining organized tracking
  • Complementing unique recruiting department structure
  • Determining candidate’s cultural fit

Results

 

  • Talented, well-matched hires
  • Designated, customized recruiting department
  • Strategic hiring process

Red Frog Events Filters Candidates Based on Skill and Culture with Jobvite Hire

Red Frog Events is an event production company known for its success pioneering the experiential entertainment industry and its award-winning company culture. Since 2007, the company has developed innovative brands including the Warrior Dash obstacle race series, Firefly Music Festival, American Beer Classic, and EventSprout.com. For Red Frog, creative and talented employees are what make the business so successful.

For the company’s hiring team, targeting candidates that fit with Red Frog’s passionate, hardworking, and creative culture is top priority. However, with an outdated, manual tracking and hiring system, it was difficult for the Red Frog team to differentiate between qualified and exceptional candidates. Another challenge? Managing the company’s many applicants without the structure of a designated hiring department.

After doing extensive research and putting various Applicant Tracking Systems to the test, Recruitment Director Rachel Cobb and her team selected Jobvite Hire, thanks to its customizable, centralized system and unique filtering options. Now, Red Frog’s hiring process has been entirely revamped. With Jobvite, the company has developed a structured hiring department that helps keep the team organized and celebrates what makes the company so special. “Everyone on our team plays a unique role in our recruiting process,” Cobb explains. “We wanted to be able to incorporate that into our ATS, and Jobvite was able to do that. I can’t say enough positive things.”