This is where you add the steps that make up your recruitment process. You then move the candidates manually through the steps.
As administrator you can amend, add or remove steps in the process.
By changing the numbering of the order column you can choose the sequence of the process steps. The recruitment process looks the same for all users.
To make it easier to manage candidate lists you can gray out candidates with the status ’Rejected’ by putting a checkmark in the ’Not for this role’ column.
To make sure that candidates with specific statuses (e.g. interview & hired) do not receive a rejection email you should put a checkmark in the ’Does NOT receive a rejection email’ column.
Candidates for whom this checkmark has been added will not then be included in the mail-out that is sent when you mark all candidates in the list and send a rejection email.
’Select automatically upon application’ must always be ticked for the Applied step, otherwise the Applied and pending fields will not be updated in the list when all recruitment projects are listed. On the same page as you enter the settings for the recruitment process, you also decide what information should be shown in the various columns in the list view. The Applied column is fixed and cannot be deselected. In column three we recommend showing applications that have not yet been dealt with so that you have a direct overview of how many new applications have been received.