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All posts by Dan Arkind

Nov 20

Internal Company Job Board

Internal mobility is awesome – giving your team the first a shot at new opportunities is a hallmark of an awesome corporate culture. So, we weren’t surprised when many of you asked us to make it easier for your existing employees to find and apply for your internal-only jobs. Here’s what we’ve been up to: […]

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Oct 13

Review & process resumes on the same screen

Recently we’ve been looking for ways to improve JobScore by revisiting our core features. The first area we chose to work on was reviewing new candidate resumes. When we started JobScore 10+ years ago we were obsessed with helping recruiters process inbound resumes faster and more accurately. We feel like our combination of resume parsing, […]

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Aug 31, 2016

Permissions: New Access Levels

Until today JobScore had just 3 access levels: Owner, Admin, and User. We just made some changes to access levels that will make it easier to get more people involved in the recruiting process: Owner & Admin: The owner and admin roles remain unchanged. Everything is exactly the same. User: This access level has been […]

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Jul 12, 2016

Private Emails

Sometimes you need to send sensitive information like salary discussions and offer letters to candidates by email – but need to restrict who can see this information in JobScore. We’ve added the ability to make emails private, and it works just like private notes. Here’s what it looks like: When you mark an email private, […]

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Jul 7, 2016

View options on the Candidate Pipeline Report

One of the most used, and most useful reports in JobScore is the Pipeline Report.  This report provides the information that everyone wants about how things are going.  By default the pipeline report shows a  side-by-side view of how many candidates have ever been in a specific stage (total) and how many are currently in a […]

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Feb 10, 2016

Add Your Picture

We’ve added the ability to add a picture of yourself to JobScore.  For now your picture will show up instead of your initials in the upper right hand corner of the employer interface.  Soon, however, others will see it: When you review notes, emails and tasks in JobScore you’ll see people’s photos instead of just their name. On public […]

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Dec 24, 2015

A fresh coat of paint for the holidays

Today we updated the employer interface.  We hope that you find the new design lighter and more modern.  Changes include: Simplified the primary navigation to one row and replaced a few of the less-frequently used tabs (reports, admin, help) with icons The admin & reports menus now have two tiers, which makes things easier to find. Replaced your […]

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Dec 14, 2015

Changes to JobScore Self Service Plans & Pricing in 2016

JobScore self-service plans and pricing will be updated on on January 1, 2016.  Customers on pre-paid contracts will not be affected.  Updates only apply to customers on month-to-month subscription plans. Here are the new self-service plans that will be available in 2016: FREE   $0/mo | 1 job POST   $49/mo | 3 jobs LITE   $99/mo […]

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Nov 24, 2015

Careers Site 2.0 – Register & Login with Social Networks

If you’re taking part in the Careers Sites 2.0 beta your job applicants can now choose to register using LinkedIn, Facebook or Google – so they don’t have to create a password Returning Job Seekers can now log in using LinkedIn, Facebook or Google – in case they can’t remember their password, it’s’ easy to login using […]

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Nov 16, 2015

Careers Site 2.0 – Beta

We've overhauled our Job Seeker facing experience to be faster, easier to use and look better.  Changes include: Modernized the look-and-feel from top to bottom Mobile-optimized so job seekers can complete their applications from smartphones Merged the three-step application process into a single page application New integrated job sharing page to drive referrals Over the next month we'll be […]

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