Recruitment workflow has been significantly enhanced and following changes have been made:
A new education level Vocational has been added, to which you can add specific Qualifications. This is intended to handle diploma courses etc. Please note that diploma courses which are equivalent to a graduate or post graduate or in some cases professional courses, should be handled through those levels only. This is meant for capturing courses which do not give equivalent of graduate degrees but impart vocational skills. For eg - An MBA course offered by some of the top institutes is also a Diploma but should ideally be classified as Post Graduate not Vocational.
A facility to allow actions ike Shortlisting / Rejection / Put on Hold on multiple applications at a time, has been added. This feature can be used by selecting the checkbox along side the relevant candidates in the databank search results and selecting the bulk action to be performed through drop down at the top. For actions like Rejection and Put on Hold, a common reason to be assigned will be asked.
A new hiring report has been added in the Reports section which will list the stage wise details of each candidate.
Any organization that refuses to hire back terminated employees is extremely shortsighted.
Let’s be clear: I’m not saying your should bring back the jerk who embezzled money or sexually harassed every female employee. What I am saying is that if you analyzed every single termination you’ve had over the past 10 years in your organization, there are probably some really good hire-backs in that group!
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