Which of your jobs have you filled in this Quarter?

We’ve just rolled out a major feature!

You can now group your jobs into various stages:

  • Prospecting
  • “Short Listing”
  • “Interviewing stage”
  • “Making Job Offers”, or;
  • “Put on Hold”
  • Etc.

This is also true for your CLOSED jobs:

  • Placed
  • “Placed – Internally”
  • “Lost – Cancelled”
  • “Lost – To Competitor”
  • Etc.

So now you can place your job orders in meaningful stages, and;

Quickly filter on your jobs in those stages.

What’s more exciting is the fact that you can customise your own Job Stages (status)!

 


Anwar Khalil

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Anwar Khalil

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MyRecruitment+ Recruitment & onboarding software platform
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