Look into an application πŸ”Ž

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    πŸ’‘ An applicant's card gathers all the informations a recruiter needs to process it !

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    1 - Application card

    Even before being looked closely by a recruiter, the cards in the pipeline give a lot of informations at a glance :




    • Depending on where the card is, we know about candidates status in the process.πŸ’‘ Each new application necessarily starts in the "new" column. Following how recruitment processes are built, the candidate status will logically evolve towards the columns "Refused" or "Hired"

    • This small card also let us to know the title of the candidate's current/previous position.

    • The small figure on the right of the card "6 m" in this example  is the date of the application !

    • Finally, on the line containing lots of information you will find from left to right : 

      • A note in the green frame - it stands for the global evaluation from all the recruiters

      • πŸ’š The number of likes per application.

      • 😊 The number of recommandations to persue the recruitment process. 

      • 😐 The votes to stop the recruitment process.

      • πŸ’¬ The number of comments on the application. 

      • βœ‰οΈ  The number of email exchanged between the applicant and the recruiters.

      • Finally the picture in a frame represent the recruiter assigned to the application. *You can see the alias of each recruiter when passing by the picture.

    2 - The application's structure

    Once you clicked on a card to get further details it will open on your whole screen to unveil its information organized around several tabs.  





    A. Permanent headers / banners

    • The header on top gathers every key information about the candidate ; email adress, number phone, position, city, Linkedin profile... ** 

    • The grey banner on the right of the card gathers every actions & comments. You can find back the status updates, comments and recommandations. 

    **⚠️ It is not possible to edit a candidate's information (email and/or number) who applied on its own on Welcome to the Jungle.


    B. The different tabs 

    • The first tab "Application" is the default tab that you see when opening an application. It shows the principal information

      • This is where you will find the resume and the cover letter if filled in. The resume can be downloaded in PDF format contrary to the cover letter.

      • When open questions are asked to the candidate, they are found under the cover letter section. 

      • The "Personal data management" section is clickable. When you open it, you will see the exact date of the application, and his expiration of consent date (usually 2 years after the application). πŸ’‘At this date, applications are automatically anonymized (Find all information related to Security and Privacy topics in this section LINK).

      • The last section reveals the candidate's history, and any past applications he made within this same organization. By clicking on it, it is possible to open the past application (given you have not a restricted role). 

    • The second tab "Emails" is the tab where recruiters send & receive emails. 



    The markdown text editor allows recruiters to emphasize certain elements. All exchanges are visible there. πŸ’‘ The recruiters addresses are encrypted for the candidates. (XXXX4452@candidates.welcomekit.co)

    • The Reviews tab includes the evaluation grids and report of each recruiter. Discover our advice on how to use the rating grids.  

    • The Files tab lists the attached files uploaded by the candidate (Portfolio, letter of recommendation...); or the documents added by the recruiter (Personalized Interview grid...). 

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