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Oct 20, 2022

JobScore achieves SOC2 Type I compliance

JobScore has achieved SOC 2 Type I compliance in accordance with American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) standards for SOC for Service Organizations also known as SSAE 18. Achieving this standard with an unqualified opinion serves as third-party industry validation that JobScore provides enterprise-level security for customer’s data secured in the JobScore System. JobScore […]

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Oct 13, 2022

Saved Searches and Filters for Candidates

Saved searches help improve recruiting collaboration by making it easy for your team to work from the same views. You can now save filters on the Candidate Manager in the new user experience: Users can make any filter the default, so it comes up whenever they select the candidates tab. Users with the owner or […]

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Oct 3, 2022

Homepage Design Improvements

The homepage design of the new user experience supports breaking down the hiring dashboard by location or department: You can also toggle to see another user’s homepage. This helps when you’re flummoxed when a teammate isn’t doing what you need them to, because now you can easily see what they see on their own homepage: […]

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Sep 26, 2022

Indeed integration for sponsored jobs

The Indeed integration allows your team to create and edit Indeed sponsored campaigns from the JobScore post job page: Here’s how it works: The owner of your Indeed employer account can connect it to JobScore from the post job page. Sponsored campaigns created in JobScore are charged to the credit card on file in your […]

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Sep 19, 2022

Job List Query Builder

The job list query builder solves the problem of typing out lists of jobs one-by-one, which quickly becomes impractical as your company grows. In JobScore you can now build job lists by location, department, job status, and/or user assignment. You can even use AND, OR, and NOT to create the exact list you need: The […]

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Sep 12, 2022

Version History

At JobScore we often work on documents as a team. We use Google Docs, which includes a great feature called version history that tracks who made each edit, and allows you to restore old versions of documents. We’ve added version history to job descriptions in JobScore. We hope it’ll inspire you to improve your job […]

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Sep 1, 2022

User Experience Improvements

We’ve modernized JobScore to make it more attractive, dynamic, and faster. The new user experience is now available for all JobScore customers in open beta. To try it, click the “Try the new UX” button on the left side of your screen: To switch back, hover over the paint brush icon at the top of […]

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Mar 8, 2022

Private Calendar Events

When you run a confidential search you often need to hide interview details from prying eyes. Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook make this easy by allowing you to make calendar events private. In JobScore you can now make calendar events private using the event visibility control: Event visibility works on both the Google and Microsoft […]

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Feb 21, 2022

Ending support for Facebook Jobs

Facebook is sunsetting partner support for the “Jobs on Facebook” program on February 22, 2022 (the official announcement is here). Here’s the bottom line: JobScore can no longer send your jobs to Facebook, so we are sunsetting that job posting option. It’s now impossible for job seekers on Facebook to send their information to any […]

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Dec 20, 2021

Pay Transparency Law Compliance

Some people believe that compensation transparency impacts equity. Yeah, that equity, the one from DE&I (diversity, equity, and inclusion). To promote equal pay a few states in the US, notably Colorado and Washington, have passed pay transparency laws that require employers to publish compensation details for all jobs. Some job boards, like indeed, now require […]

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