We have heard your feedback and are thrilled to announce that Plum Recruiting has been revamped with a new look and feel that delivers several new features and enhancements!
You can watch a walkthrough video of all the exciting improvements below:
|Summary of the New Features|
Default view of Job Requisitions
Before, open and closed jobs were divided in two separate tabs. You would see all jobs by toggling the “My Jobs” button. The Job Requisitions dashboard now displays a default view that is filtered by “My Requisitions” and “Open”. You have the ability to clear that filter in one click. You will also notice that the Add Job button has moved to the right-hand side.
Notice the new Filter button, which allows you to filter by your jobs, by jobs that have new candidates (applications submitted in the last 72 hours), by job status, or by date created.
The Job Requisitions paged displays a maximum of 24 job cards at a time, but you can set different pagination options at the bottom, where you will also now find the total number of job reqs.
Global Candidate Search
Previously, the search bar only allowed you to search jobs by job title. We have heard your feedback and we are thrilled to announce the global candidate search! In addition to searching by job title, you can also search by candidate first name, last name, or email. The results will populate a list of all job reqs that the candidate has ever applied to or been prospected into via Talent Rediscovery. The global search will respect the current filters.
The Candidates Tab
Within job requisitions, the applicants tab is now called the Candidates tab. The grid ring view has been retired and replaced with a candidate table, which delivers significantly improved system performance and load time. By default, the candidates are sorted by application date, the latest being at the top. The table supports dynamic sorting with the click of a button to sort by match score or candidate last name.
You also have pagination options (bottom of the page) where you can choose the number of candidates to display per page.
The Candidates tab now has a filter button which you can use to segment candidates by applied or prospected date range, by one or more pipeline stages, and by great matches.
The pipeline stage for every candidate can now be managed within the Candidates tab view as well as a single candidate profile view. You no longer have to click into each and every candidate profile to make a pipeline stage change. The Rediscovery Button is enlarged and is still present at the job level, and at the candidate level.
We hope that you are as excited with these improvements as we are!
For any questions, comments, or to share your feedback, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org