FAQ - Employer
In RMS, the statuses of all job candidates are marked Unprocessed. You can change them to your own defined statuses, e.g. Pending Interview, Interviewed, Unqualified, Offer Accepted, Hired, etc.
In addition to status, employers can put stickers on job application and approved resume request records to better describe them. Unlike status that employers can only classify one status for each job application / approved resume request, employers can put multiple stickers on each job application / approved resume request. Each employer account will be given 10 stickers of different colors, and employers can give their own definition to their stickers. Some examples of stickers include Good Written English, Responsive, Most Requirements Met, etc.
You can also give a job application / approved resume request a score, ranging from 0 to 10. You can give your own definition to the scores.
You can set up the criteria of candidates that you would not wish to receive their job applications so that you can concentrate on handling job applications of candidates that match your needs.
Sometimes employers receive repeated job applications from unsuitable candidates. To minimize this, employers may choose to blacklist these candidates so that their job applications (and approved resume requests, although this case is rare) are no longer displayed on the All Applicants page.
To blacklist candidate(s), check the box(es) of the job application / approved resume request record(s) on Candidate Management Job Application / Approved Resume Request page, and then click the Blacklist button.
For check the box(es) of the job application:
For Approved Resume Request page:
Verify the candidate names you selected, and then click the Confirm button to confirm the blacklist action.
If you often perform candidate search with the same criteria and on a regular basis, you may save your search criteria for future use. You can further ask the system to run the saved search criteria and send you the search results via e-mail regularly. These e-mails are known as Candidate Alerts.
To get started, click the Save Search button on the Search Results page, specify the name for the search criteria, check the E-mail me candidates matching this criteria box, specify the frequency of receiving e-mails, e-mail address for receiving the e-mails and the date when the system should stop sending you the e-mails, and then click the Save button.