iRecruit Customer Newsletter December 2019
In this issue:
- How to Get More Applicants on Indeed
- What’s The Difference Between a Recruiter and a Hiring Manager?
- SPF Record, DKIM and Email Deliverability Issues
- iRecruit Average Number of Employment Applications November 2019
- Upcoming iRecruit Training Sessions
- Note About the I-9 Form Expiration
- iRecruit Recent Updates
- iRecruit Knowledgebase #ICYMI
- What We’re Reading
- iRecruit Christmas Party Playlist 2019
We get asked freqently “How do I get more applicants on Indeed?” I thought we would share this list with you.
- Check your Indeed postings regularly to make sure jobs are actually listed, and you can find them. Indeed scans the job postings from iRecruit daily, and new postings are usually added around noon (Eastern time).
- Don’t post your location in the job title (Example: “Production Sorter – Full Time – Lanham, MD”) – your job can get flagged as “poor quality” by Indeed, and require sponsorship in order to appear. You can avoid the sponsorship issue by removing the location. Note, you can still put location or territory in the job description instead.
iRecruit offers multiple user roles, and we’re often asked “What’s The Difference Between a Recruiter and a Hiring Manager?” This actually depends on your user’s needs and the permissions you want them to have. There are three main roles in iRecruit: Administrator, Recruiter and Hiring Manager. There are also some variations of each role that offer additional customizations.
Email security is an ever-evolving process. If you use a custom email address with iRecruit (instead of the default), you may have noticed some deliverability issues, especially when it relates to receiving emails from iRecruit to your own address. iRecruit has several ways to address these deliverability issues, including an SPF record and a DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) record that we can help set up for your domain.