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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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Dec 1

How Your Recruiting Process Can Help Prevent No Shows

Getting ghosted may not feel good, but it’s preferable to being stood up on a date. Unfortunately, both of these online dating experiences have crossed over into the hiring world and are becoming a growing human resource problem.  It appears that candidates who show up for scheduled interviews and their first day of work are […]

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Nov 17

Best Practices for Your Remote Candidate Experience

Hiring practices are constantly changing, especially as many companies permanently transition some roles to remote or hybrid.  Microsoft’s 2022 Work Index found that hybrid work schedules increased seven percentage points to 38% among the 31,000 people interviewed. And 53% of respondents said they plan to transition to a hybrid workstyle in 2022.  These changes are […]

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Nov 16

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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Nov 7

How To Continuously Improve the Candidate Experience

You may think that there’s nothing left for you to do as a recruiter after the interview.  That couldn’t be further from the truth.  In this guide, we dive into some simple hacks you can employ after recruitment that’ll lay out how to measure candidate experience and continuously improve your process.  Track Your Net Promoter […]

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Oct 31

Pay transparency for jobs 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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Oct 31

Activity Report

We have a nickname for the activity report in JobScore: the “what got done” report. People mostly use the report to track the team’s throughput and focus on top priorities. The report shows how workflow stage exits, making it easy to see how many candidates were reviewed, interviews were completed, and hires in a time […]

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Quick Filters

We’ve added quick filters to the new user experience. Now you can adjust your list of candidates by adding, removing, or editing filters in a few clicks: Please play around with quick filters & let us know what you think as we plan to add them to the job manager, task manager, and more…

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Oct 20

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

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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