Webcruiter is developed with a great focus on usability. The system should be as easy for a unit manager who recruits a couple of times a year as for a recruiter who uses the system every day.
But what is the point of a user-friendly and intuitive system if it's not equally user-friendly for the candidates who are to apply?
IT SHOULD BE EASY TO APPLY FOR A JOB
A recruitment solution should not be an obstacle to applying for a job. With a responsive and universal design, we make it easy for job seekers to apply from mobile, tablet or computer.
In Webcruiter a profile isn't required to apply for a job. Name, email and mobile phone number are the only things that need to be entered.
The individual employer decides whether the job applicants should fill in a structured CV or whether they only need to upload the CV as an attachment when they apply with them. A structured CV can be filled in through CV parsing, a technology that reads CVs in Word or PDF and merges this into the right place in the structured CV.
Many job seekers often need some initial help and guidance in the application writing. Webcruiter offer job seekers tips on the key elements to include in the application text.
HAVING A WEBCRUITER PROFILE
Having a Webcruiter profile can be a great advantage and is very time-saving for a job seeker.
The job seeker can choose to create a profile and through this make herself searchable for other relevant positions. With a profile, the job seeker can re-use the CV, previous application texts, and previous attachments. In addition, the job seeker has a complete overview of sent applications across the companies that use Webcruiter, as well as interview agreements and completed tests.
At any time, the job seeker can log in to the profile and easily make changes to a submitted application, print it or delete the application.