Vacancy overview page
We took a long hard look at the Vacancy Overview page, and realised that we could do so much more with this area.
So we've made some significant updates, and in doing so we’ve created a suite of optional widgets which are activated by your administrator. These widgets allow you to see lots of information about the vacancy that was previously hidden elsewhere.
The result is that you now have an overview page which gives you access to some great short cuts and immediately visible information re your vacancy progress.
Here’s how it looks with everything switched on:
Some familiar stuff
The option to add an existing candidate you know by name for the role is still there. We’ve just moved this along with the ‘View candidates’ button to the top of the page:
We’ve also kept the ‘Talent Pool’ search results, so you can still easily access those as soon as you’ve added the vacancy. They’ve just moved over to the side.
And now for the new stuff
Here’s a brief overview of the new features available via these widgets:
You can now see a graphical image of the number of candidates at each stage in the ATS in the right hand panel.
The KPI’s you’ve set in the vacancy list can now be seen graphically in the overview page.
See what portion of candidates have been sourced via your Talent Pool vs direct applications. You’ll also have stats as to how many applicants you have rejected, kept on file or progressed using the traffic light system.
Candidate source pie chart
If you want to see the sources in more detail, the sourcing pit chart gives you a breakdown as to where those applications have come from.
Candidate status view
Want to send an email or SMS to candidates at a particular stage in the ATS? Now you can do so from the overview page simply by selecting the relevant ATS status.
And finally… we’ve possibly left the best until last. The related roles widget allows you to search for similar vacancies. This means that not only can you gain faster access to the candidates you know will be interested in your vacancy, but also add them in bulk.