A recruitment module helps companies organise candidates for hiring and recruitment purposes. These systems allow businesses to collect information, organise prospects based on experience and skill set, and filter applicants. There are many benefits of using such a module, and you can expect to see metrics like time, cost, and candidate quality improve.
The Manage Job Boards feature within the Recruitment module allows you to connect to a Job Board platform, where you can then post the job openings you have created within the platform. You can also use this feature to edit your connection information and disconnect from a Job Board platform.
To see the full list of Job Board platforms you can connect to, refer to the following article.
When connecting to Seek, please contact your dedicated Seek Account Manager or Seek customer service team to authorize Employment Hero to post to your account. To connect to LinkedIn Limited Listings, you will need to have Admin access to your Company's LinkedIn page to view your company's page ID number at the end of the URL. While connecting to Indeed requires a paid account to post roles from our Recruitment Module to their Job Board.
We base the default access level on a per user basis and whether they have view, edit and delete access and excluding any changes made via our Custom Security feature.
The below premise will walk you through how to connect to an available job board.
The below premises will walk you through how to edit and/or delete a connected job board.
So you have now set up your job board integrations and you are now wondering what next can I do. There are two recommendations I would make on this front and they are:
- Recruitment module: Using the HR Platform to Manage your Hiring Processes This feature allows you to create a customised hiring process that meets your organisation's hiring needs.
- Recruitment Module: Using the HR Platform to Manage your Organisations Open Roles This feature allows you to post job openings to a job board and manage the applicants that apply.
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