New features for Workopolis’ Recruitment Centre

In September, we announced the beta launch of the all-new Workopolis Recruitment Centre. With a fresh new look and feel, Recruitment Centre allows you to post jobs, manage applicants and postings, and search thousands of resumes – in one convenient place.

We continue building on Recruitment Centre’s intuitive interface, making it more flexible and even easier to use. Recently, we introduced new features and enhancements that will improve your experience.

Here’s a quick recap of the most recent Recruitment Centre additions:

  • Applicant resume viewer

    This new feature creates a viewable online PDF of uploaded resumes, allowing recruiters to view resumes in their original formatting and layout.

Workopolis Recruitment Centre

  • Applicant status

    To further streamline candidate screening, recruiters can now rank where applicants are in the hiring process (e.g. invited to interview, interviewed, offer sent, hired, etc.).

Workopolis Recruitment Centre

  • The Workopolis news widget

    A space in the dashboard for the latest and greatest from the Workopolis blog, as well as updates on new Recruitment Centre features and enhancements.

Workopolis Recruitment Centre

And we’re also incorporating your feedback to refine existing features, including:

  • Automatically marking applicants as viewed when you download their resume

    This prevents applicants showing up as new and unviewed once you have downloaded their resume – even if you haven’t gone directly to the Applicant Review page for that applicant.

Got some ideas on how to improve the Recruitment Centre experience? We want to hear from you! Please click here to get in touch with us.

Haven’t checked out the new features yet? Don’t have an account? Click here to see Workopolis’ all-new Recruitment Centre.


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