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Sep 8, 2016

A Few Changes to Candidate Sources

Based on your feedback, we’ve made a few changes to the default list of Candidate Sources: The “Career Fair” primary source has been renamed to “Event.” We did this because many of you are recruiting passive candidates at meetups, industry events, and more. All external candidates will now see “Event” instead of “Career Fair” in […]

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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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Aug 19, 2016

Job Templates

Job Templates make it easy to create unique job configurations for different locations and departments. For instance, you could create 3 different job templates with different candidate questions for engineering, sales and marketing positions… so you don’t have to re-build a job application every time you create a new job. Job Templates also allow you […]

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Aug 8, 2016

Candidate Questions in Job Applications

You can now insert custom questions into Job Applications. This means that if you are hiring a French teacher you can ask job seekers “How long have you spoken French?” and store an answer. Here’s how it works: There are 4 types of self-service candidate questions: Text, Multiple Choice, Checkbox and File Upload. Candidate questions […]

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Jul 28, 2016

New Free / Organic Job Boards

When we launched Automatic Job Distributionwe also launched a few more free job sites including LinkedIn Limited, Monster Organic, CareerJet, Recruit.net, and ResumeLibrary. LinkedIn and Monster still have their paid options which provide more exposure and outperform organic listings. Have more free job boards you’d like us to add? Please email support@jobscore.com or add them […]

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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 8, 2016

Automatic Job Board Distribution

Tired of clicking to get your jobs on free job sites?  Good news!  Starting today JobScore will automatically distribute your (open, published) jobs to Indeed, Glassdoor and 7 other job boards.  We refer to this as “Job Distribution” (vs. Job Posting, where you purchase paid postings one job at a time). There is no additional charge for this […]

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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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Jun 10, 2016

Custom Job Fields

In recent customer interviews, we found that many of you were spending hours updating spreadsheets to meet your reporting requirements.  We learned you were having to do this because the spreadsheets included unique information like HRIS system IDs, budget owners, who the job is replacing and more. We created Job Fields (available for our Professional and Enterprise customers) to help you stop […]

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May 30, 2016

Candidate Ratings

JobScore now gives you the power to add thumbs-up / thumbs-down candidate ratings in notes: Candidate Ratings help your team get better at interviewing by making feedback more quantitative and actionable. In addition to the overall recommendation, you can insert custom ratings into note templates. The idea is to create a note template for each stage of the interview process with ratings that […]

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