May 11

JobScore Achieves SOC2 Type II Compliance

JobScore is proud to announce our successful achievement of SOC2 Type II (Type 2) compliance, underscoring our ongoing commitment to data security and privacy. By achieving SOC2 Type II compliance, JobScore has demonstrated its commitment to ensuring the utmost protection of its customers’ data. The certification validates the effectiveness of JobScore’s information security management program […]

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Apr 24

@mentions, #tags, and :emojis

We’ve added a few features for when your team adds notes and interviews candidates in the new user experience: @mentions: When you type the “@” key you can select a teammate and they’ll be added to the email note to: list. #tags: When you type the “#” key you can select a tag to add to […]

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Feb 6

Candidate Self Scheduling Closed Beta

In the past few years it’s become commonplace for employers to share access to employee’s calendars and allow candidates to schedule their own interviews. We’ve seen many of you insert links from paid tools like Calendly into your email templates to do this. While this works, it requires compromises like: Not including links to JobScore […]

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Onboarding Checklist

JobScore has many features that help you click less and recruit more. We’ve added an onboarding checklist to the new user experience to help you discover and adopt features: JobScore now tracks your progress and shows how far you’ve made it through the checklist: Many onboarding checklist items include tours that explain how features work: […]

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Dec 21, 2022

CCPA Compliance

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on January 1, 2020. An exemption was initially made for employment data at that time, and the exemption was then extended due to the COVID 19 pandemic. The exemption period will end and the law will go into effect for employment data on January 1, 2023. […]

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Dec 21, 2022

Pay Transparency Compliance

Pay transparency compliance legislation was passed throughout the United States in 2022. On Jan 1, 2023 California, Colorado, Washington State, and New York City will all require employers to include compensation information for jobs. Here’s how JobScore is handling pay compensation: We’ve added a card for pay transparency to the compliance page in the JobScore […]

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Dec 12, 2022

Track Email Opens

Emails sent through JobScore’s infrastructure have always shown whether candidates opened them. Starting today JobScore will also track email opens from connected Microsoft and Google identities. Enjoy the added visibility into the performance of your emails.

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Dec 5, 2022

Interview Scheduling Software Improvements

We’ve made some changes to our interview scheduling software in the new user experience, including how free/busy is shown when you turn on the calendar integration. The control to select a time now shows which times are busy: If you make a change that causes a conflict, like making an event longer or changing a […]

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Nov 16, 2022

Send Bulk Email to Candidates

Bulk emails are a great way to keep candidates warm by sharing what’s new at your company, notifying them of new job opportunities, and more. You can now send bulk email to multiple candidates in JobScore’s new user experience. Start by visiting the candidate manager. Check the rows for the candidates you want to email, […]

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Oct 31, 2022

Pay Transparency for Tobs in New York City

The New York City Human Rights Law (NYCHRL) has a salary transparency provision that goes into effect on November 1, 2022. Details and guidance about the salary transparency law can be found here. JobScore has included functionality to show public compensation data for some time. All jobs in JobScore in New York, NY, United States […]

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