Whether an applicant first hears about a job opening via social media, word of mouth, or a job board, they will eventually apply within your site or portal. This is why it’s imperative to make sure the portal is well-designed, easily navigable, and full of features that make the recruitment hiring process easier. As such, many organizations are recognizing the need to use a recruitment marketing platform, in which they can build their talent pipeline.
So, how does Lanteria HR’s Career Portal function work?
You can synchronize the Lanteria HR Recruiting module with a candidate self-service feature. It couldn’t be simpler: our hiring software implementation team will create an application form, taking your requirements into account, and incorporate it into your company site. After setting up the career portal, you can publish jobs to it, and candidates can view communications, job offers, and scheduled interviews. Synchronize all of this information to the candidate’s personal profile.
During implementation, you’ll provide the Lanteria implementation team with information about your company. This will proudly be displayed on your career portal’s home page. Use this as an opportunity to showcase your company’s values and culture!
With Lanteria HR, you can conveniently configure handy links to display on the Candidate Self-Service home page. These links could lead, for instance, to pages within your company website that provide useful information to job candidates. You can also upload a description under each link.
When you create a job opening within Lanteria HR’s recruitment module, you can choose to publish it on your career portal. Simply choose “Career Portal” when setting up job publishing options. You can include all kinds of information in your job openings, including the work type, location, salary range, and even a Youtube video. Candidates can see these job openings in the “Available Jobs” section of the career portal.
Candidates can easily apply to job vacancies in the portal. By clicking on a listing, they’ll see details about the job, and they can then click “Apply” to initiate the application process. HR can launch Starter Actions, which the candidate can see on the “My Actions” page. Some examples include filling out a form, uploading a document, or completing a specific action. PDF documents can be electronically signed and uploaded within the career portal, for the utmost convenience.
Candidates can use the Interview Self-Schedule page to choose a date and a time slot for the interview. Note, the candidate will receive an email invitation to set up the interview; it is not available via browsing the career portal.