When you post a job on Get on Board, you must consider different factors that will impact attracting applicants, such as seniority (junior, senior, etc.), whether the salary is visible or not, among others. Here we share some tips to increase applications for your job.
In Get on Board, the top of the salary range cannot be more than 50% higher than the bottom of the range. This constraint exists so jobs can be more specific of a particular seniority level. Too wide salary ranges imply that people from different seniorities are being hired in a single job, which leads to ambiguous job descriptions and confuses applicants.
Instead of offering a single job with a wide salary range, create two jobs: one for the lower seniority level and one for the higher seniority level.
Yes you can. If you have locked jobs that you wish to unlock under your subscription plan, you can use the button "Add this job to your plan". This button will unlock your job and will make it part of your active jobs quota, just as if you had created the job after subscribing.
When a process is re-launched, a new version of your job will be published, with a clean selection process, that is, without the information of the professionals who initially applied. Bear in mind that, when you relaunch a process, you will have to purchase an unlock to access the information of the new applicants. If you have a subscription plan, a quota from your plan will be used. Check here how to do it.
When you post a job ad on Get on Board, the name of the company should always be visible. It's important that professionals know for which company they are applying. We understand that sometimes there are certain hires that are delicate or whose disclosure can bring you problems. In those cases, you can post a job ad non-visible to the public (private) if you have a subscription plan.
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Re-launching a process means publishing a new version of the same job, with a clean selection process. When you re-open a process, you keep the data of the process: applications, messages, notes, etc., and you will not consume an unlocking quota.
When you unpublish a process, it stays open, so it continues to appear as an ongoing process in your dashboard. Closing a process on Get on Board lets candidates know that you are no longer looking for the position.
When you create a job on Get On Board, our algorithm identifies the keywords of your ad and generates tags to facilitate its search with professionals. Also, tags help us determine the minimum salary range required for the job you are posting.