AmazingHiring Features the “Vacancies” Section
We continue listening to our customers and adding new functionality!
This time, there are many changes. Together with an updated interface we have added the long awaited option for managing vacancies in the system!
Now, AmazingHiring features the “Vacancies” section where each company recruiter can add open vacancies.
- After adding a new open vacancy, you can start selecting candidates.
- You can also select people for the jobs added by your company colleagues.
- You can view the selected candidates in the “Vacancies” section at any time.
For now, the update is available in a beta testing mode at beta.amazinghiring.com. Here
you can open vacancies and select candidates. All your information is stored safely. All
settings will be moved to production upon completing the beta test period.
We are surely looking forward to your feedback at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The current version of the product is available at search.amazinghiring.com
This is all for now, but we never stop making the AmazingHiring more convenient for you!
The AmazingHiring Team
P.S. If you have never used the system, you can request a free demo access here!
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