GoodLife Fitness Selects Peoplefluent Recruitment Management Solution


Peoplefluent Expands Reach into Canadian Market, Providing RMS Product to Largest Health Club Company in Canada

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Peoplefluent™, offering a unique combination of best-of-breed mobile and SaaS suite solutions for Talent Management, Vendor Management and Workforce Compliance and Diversity, today announced details of its latest expansion into the Canadian market by partnering with GoodLife Fitness. The largest fitness company in Canada, GoodLife employs approximately 10,000 people across the country and boasts almost 300 locations. With continued growth expected, the company will rely on Peoplefluent’s Recruitment Management System (RMS) to improve the efficiency of its hiring processes.

GoodLife, based in London, Ontario and sponsor of the annual GoodLife Toronto Marathon, is undergoing a rapid expansion of its brand. Anticipating further growth, the company upgraded its recruiting solution for its growing staffing requirements. As GoodLife hires almost 300 employees per month, the company was looking for a way to improve hiring processes by implementing a robust and flexible solution that would be able to keep up with expected growth. The company licensed Peoplefluent RMS to achieve improvement in its applicant tracking process, increased onboarding efficiency and greater quality of hire while speeding the candidate decision process.

RMS is the first Peoplefluent product to be used by GoodLife and went ‘live’ in December, ensuring that the company was sufficiently staffed for the annual increase in membership at the beginning of the new year. The first stage of the process will be to help GoodLife improve its applicant tracking process, enabling the company to find the right talent from its candidate pool. Such an improvement will accelerate the entire hiring process for the organization and result in a more efficient time to hire and reduced hiring costs.

Along with improved hiring and onboarding processes, GoodLife will benefit from RMS being able to integrate seamlessly with the advanced analytics engine that is part of the GoodLife Marketing Recruitment Platform. Combining the robust applicant tracking of RMS and its advanced analytics capabilities   with the marketing platform has already delivered actionable business insights related to sourcing, hiring procedures and financial reporting.

“As we plan to open more locations and increase our hiring throughout 2012, we needed to partner with an organization that could keep pace with our hiring needs and help us to improve our recruitment strategy,” said Steve Groves, vice president & CIO, GoodLife Fitness. “After considering several different vendors, we realized that Peoplefluent provided the best solutions to help us meet our goals.”

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