New Features & Improvements | Web
Using IP Address to Determine Location
Jobseekers on the web app will have their location automatically pulled from their IP addresses so they can see search results relevant to where they live.
Setting Passwords for HotSchedules Users
HotSchedules users signing up for Recruit will be prompted to create a new password so they have the option to log in manually if they forget their HotSchedules credentials.
Once a new password has been set, users will be able to access their Recruit account with both their HotSchedules credentials and the email address and new password attached to Recruit. They can continue to access Recruit through HotSchedules, but will be prompted to set a new password each time they log in until one is created.
Importing HotSchedules Work History
Users who register with HotSchedules credentials will have their assigned Job Codes in HotSchedules imported to their Recruit Work History based on a conversion table. If a Job Code is imported from HotSchedules doesn’t match the options in Recruit, the user will be marked as a “Team Member.”
Applying for Jobs
Jobseekers applying for jobs are now taken through a 3-step process to provide pertinent information for employers.
The first step is to provide employers with a location. As Jobseekers type their location, suggestions will appear to make the step easier.
The second step in the process is to provide availability with the provided day parts.
All applicants must answer three Basic Info questions to ensure eligibility, and they do so in the third step of the process.
Editing and Viewing Availability
Visual improvements have been made to how a user’s Availability appears and how he/she can edit that Availability.
Updates to Basic Info Style
Visual improvements have been made to the Basic Info questions so the style is consistent with the rest of the site.