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Why Every Company Needs a Workplace Social Media Policy

8 Ways To Prevent Your Staff From Stagnating

Hiring Trifecta; Chemistry, Skills and Fit

Avoiding Career Site Contempt

Should You Experiment With Transparent Compensation?

Add a Note

A note captures your thoughts and activities (phone calls, interviews, etc.) related to this resume. If viewable company-wide, this can be a great tool to ensure that your colleagues know the history of a resume before a candidate is engaged.

Send Messages

Have you ever searched the resume database and found a perfect candidate for a specific position? Be proactive and send the candidate a message about the job opportunity.

Block a Candidate

If a resume that is not a good match for a position you are sourcing keeps appearing in your list of results, you can block that resume to make sure you bypass it if it comes up in the future.

Rate a Candidate

Capture your assessment of the candidate for future reference and compare them to other candidates.

Create Screening Questionnaires

Screening questionnaires are the online equivalent to simple phone screenings. They can save you valuable time and energy.

Copy or Move a Candidate

When a candidate applies for a job ad, you can copy the candidate from the job folder into a different folder allowing you to keep track of the candidates who have applied for the job.

Update Status

Update the status to keep track of a candidate’s progress through the hiring cycle. This provides a quick and easy way to know exactly where a candidate stands with a particular position. It can also be very helpful if a colleague is unavailable and you need to follow up with his/her candidates.

Manage a Letter

After creating a letter, you can copy and edit letters for future use.
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