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Setting up your career site: A step-by-step guide
Setting up your career site: A step-by-step guide
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A Career Site is a crucial tool for attracting top talent and showcasing your company culture. Follow these steps to set up an engaging and informative Career Site that leaves a lasting impression on potential candidates.

1. Enable Career Site:

- In your Settings, navigate to PeopleRecruit > Career site.

- Click "Enable career site" to activate this valuable feature.

After enabling your Career site, you'll find the link to it at the top of the page.

2. Fill out the form:

- Begin by creating a heading. This is the initial element candidates will notice at the top.

- Include a tagline just below the heading to offer a brief insight into your company.

3. Company description:

- Provide a detailed company description highlighting your values, mission, and unique workplace features.

4. Social media links:

- Integrate links to your company's social media profiles for candidates to explore your online presence directly.

5. Enable your Career Site domain:

- Add a custom domain to reinforce brand association for candidates visiting your Career Site.

6. Autoreply settings:

- Enable autoreply for a seamless application process.

- Customize the subject and email content to acknowledge candidate applications promptly. Save the settings.

7. Enable filters:

- Allow candidates to filter vacancies on the Career Site for a more user-friendly experience.

8. Add company images:

- Enhance visual appeal by adding captivating images that represent your company culture.

9. Logo and page icon:

- Upload your company logo and a distinctive page icon. Save the settings.

This is what your newly configured Career Site looks like:

A well-configured Career Site serves as a powerful recruitment tool, attracting qualified candidates and conveying your company's unique identity. By investing time in its setup, you create a positive and engaging experience for potential hires, setting the stage for successful recruitment.

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