Customizable Online Employment Applications | by iApplicants
The Easy Way to Accept Employment Applications Online
Are you currently only accepting paper applications? Does your "online employment application" consist of a pdf file that must be downloaded, filled out by hand, and faxed, mailed, or physically brought into your place of business? If you do received the applications through your website, are they simply emailed to you without being entered into a database to be tracked?
Start Accepting Online Employment Applications
Along with providing your company with a custom branded careers website, your iApplicants system will also include an online employment application. This setup will allow your job seekers to easily complete your application from the comfort of their own home. Accepting applications online will save your staff time, and make it easier for job seekers to apply to your jobs.
Customize your Online Employment Applications
During the setup of your iApplicants system, our staff will help you customize the questions on your application to make it as long or as short as you desire. Our goal is to have your iApplicants online employment application ask the same questions as your current paper application. This will include not only making changes to the wording of the questions, but will also allow for the customization of the instructions, disclaimers, and disclosures. To go a step further, you can choose which questions on the application to set as required questions.
After Submitting your Online Employment Application
Once an applicant has completed your iApplicants employment application, they will be taken to the job screening questions section that will allow you to ask up to 10 job specific screening questions for each job that you post on your careers site. After submitting their job answers, the applicant will your custom thank you message, and receive a thank you email to confirm that their application was completed.
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