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Recruiting: How to Add Pay Ranges to Your Job Postings

This article describes how to make Pay Range information for job postings easily accessible for your applicants.

With Paycor Recruiting, you can externally post your open jobs on your company's Careers site and on a number of integrated job board partner sites. 

When evaluating job opportunities, many applicants are interested in the Pay Range for a given position. 

Where will the Pay Range information be visible on my job postings?

  • When an applicant views the job posting on your company's Careers site, the Pay Range information appears above the Apply button
  • Pay Range information will also appear in the corresponding location as defined by our job board partners when the job is posted to those sites.
    • Note: At this time LinkedIn is not ingesting Pay Range details for Limited Listings created via integrations with ATS Partners. We are working with LinkedIn on this topic and will provide an update if/when this status changes.

HOW TO ENTER A PAY RANGE ON YOUR JOB RECORDS

Set Up Job Templates

  1. In Recruiting, go to Admin > Job Management > Job Templates, and either select an existing template or Create a New Template. 
  2. Go to the Job Information > Job Listing section. Enter the relevant details In the Pay Range field and click Save.  
    • The Pay Range details automatically appear in the Job Info section of your job record when the Job Template is selected for a given job record.

Create a Job

  1. Go to Create a Job tab > Job Information. Enter the relevant details In the Pay Range field and click Save. This occurs: 
    • Pay Range details appear in the Job Info when the job is activated.
    • Pay Range details are externally visible to applicants viewing the job posting on their company's Careers site or on our job board partner sites.
Important:
  • This workflow is available only if the Job Approval feature is disabled.
  • The Pay Range details automatically appear if a Job Template is selected and that Job Template includes Pay Range information.
  • See Pay Transparency Laws by City and State for a high level overview of  states with salary/pay range requirements within job postings.

Submit a Job Approval Request

1. Go to Request Job Approval > Job Information. Enter the relevant details In the Pay Range field and click Next. When you submit the Job Approval Request, this occurs: 

  • Pay Range details appear in the Job Info when the job is activated.
  • Pay Range details are externally visible to applicants viewing the job posting on their company's Careers site or on our job board partner sites when the job is activated. 
Important:
  • This workflow is available only if the Job Approval feature is enabled.
  • The Pay Range details automatically appear if a Job Template is selected and that Job Template includes Pay Range information.
  • See Pay Transparency Laws by City and State for a high level overview of  states with salary/pay range requirements within job postings.

Update an Existing Job

1. Go to the Job Record, click More Info, and then click the Job Info tab. Enter the relevant details In the Pay Range field and click Save. This occurs:

  • Pay Range details appear in the Job Info when the job is activated.
  • Pay Range details are externally visible to applicants viewing the job posting on their company's Careers site or on our job board partner sites.

HOW TO DISPLAY PAY RANGES ON YOUR COMPANY'S CAREERS SITE

Follow these steps to add Pay Range information to job postings on your Careers site:

  1. In Recruiting, go to Admin > Careers Page > How Jobs are Displayed on Your Careers Site
  2. Mark the checkbox next to the Show Pay Range in Job Description field and click Save. This occurs:
    • When an applicant views the job posting on your Careers site, that Pay Range for a job posting appears.
Note: If no Pay Range data is entered on the job record, then no values appear on the job posting on your Careers site (even if this setting is enabled).

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