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Creating a recruitment pipeline in Recruit
Creating a recruitment pipeline in Recruit

Learn how to create a cycle of recruitment pipeline and add the vacancy stages

Updated over a week ago

With PeopleForce, you have the flexibility to customize your recruitment process to your specific needs. Create as many pipelines as you need, track which stage a candidate is in, and easily move them between stages.

Creating a recruitment pipeline in Recruit

1. Navigate to Settings and select Pipelines in the Recruit section.

2. Click Add to create a new recruitment process and provide a name for it.

3. If needed, mark it as default by checking the corresponding box.

The pipeline marked as "default" will automatically apply to each new vacancy, but you can change it anytime, even while creating a new vacancy.

After creating a new pipeline, the first stage "New candidate" will be automatically added. Candidates enter this stage as soon as they are assigned to a specific vacancy. To add subsequent stages, click the "New stage" button.

An example of the pipeline stages:

An example of what a complete list of stages might look like in the Sales pipeline:

  • New candidate

  • Interview with HR

  • Test task

  • Offer sent

  • Offer signed

For certain stages of a vacancy, you need to select the type of this stage. This is necessary to ensure that the information is displayed correctly in Recruit reports after moving the candidate between stages.

Types of vacancy stages:

Interview - the stage where the candidate is interviewed;

Offer - the stage when the candidate is sent an offer (offer);

Hired - the stage at which the candidate has signed the offer (job offer).

Set the time limit for each stage (Optional)

You can also set a time limit for each stage of the vacancy. This is the time longer than which the candidate should not stay at a particular stage. Before the time expires, the candidate must either be moved to the next stage or rejected.

All participants in the hiring process will receive notifications both in the system and via email if a candidate is overdue at any stage.

If after the expiration of the time allocated for a certain stage of the vacancy, the candidate has not been moved to the next one, the number of expired days will be displayed next to him, but he can also be moved between stages.

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