Employers Can Post and Edit Jobs Directly 24/7
One of the most challenging aspects of producing a job board that succeeds is publishing the job listings in a way that meets expectations of employers in terms of speed and appearance. Some job-listing solutions require the job publishers to collect and edit job listings from employers, sometimes failing to meet stakeholder expectations in the translation.
WPJobBoard does better. WPJobBoard makes running a job board easy by letting employers enter their own job listings, letting employers have 24/7 access to create listings as fast as they can. Employers can also iterate by themselves on the appearance of specific job listings, changing titles and job requirements as many times as they like, reducing support costs for job board owners and administrators.
Employers Manage Their Own Listing Statuses
When jobs don’t need to be listed any more employers have the power to de-list the jobs themselves. They can view old listings, mark current listings filled and schedule new listings to go live at some time in the future. They can even republish old listings. What’s even better is how these features are able to be turned off or on for employers through WPJobBoard’s easy to configure administrative interface. This makes WPJobBoard easy to match the requirements of difficult business rules quickly while other job board solutions can’t.
Employers See Per-Listing Short Lists of Applicants
Every job applicant has their application information stored to the database in WPJobBoard. This gives employers the power to log in to their portal and focus on candidates who’ve applied to jobs, one job at a time. Shortlists of applicants who’ve all applied to one job are easily viewed through WPJobBoard’s Employer Portals with one click.
The Self-Service Features of WordPress Keep Employers and Administrators Happy
WordPress is the foundation that WPJobBoard is built on. Employers don’t only get to take advantage of the easy-to-use interfaces of WordPress, but they also benefit from the strong self-service features of WordPress too. This means administrators will have to spend less time training – interfaces are highly intuitive and require no coding knowledge. Administrators will also love the self-service strengths of WordPress’ “I forgot my password” feature that lets users reset their own passwords in a safe manner without administrator help.