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Recruiting: Description of Internal Applications

Describes internal applications.

  • In addition to your applications for external candidates, you can also have an Internal Application with its own set of questions.
  • This application usually contains questions that apply only to existing (internal) employees and not external candidates.
  • For example, you might want to ask things like:
    • How long have you been with the company?
    • What positions have you held with in the company?
    • Who is your direct supervisor?
    • Does your supervisor know you are applying to this position?
    • Would you manager recommend you for this position?
  • You do not need to specifically select the Internal Application when posting a job. Instead, candidates automatically see the Internal Application when they apply through the job's internal Job Posting link or your organization's Internal Jobs Listing Page. They are automatically marked as an Internal Candidate in Recruiting.
  • Candidates who apply through any other link see the standard application or, if you have Multiple Recruiting Applications, whichever application is set for that particular job.

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