Organization and Planning

  1. Map your hiring process
  2. Build your hiring workflows
  3. Create new job requisitions
  4. Get Job requisitions approved

Map your hiring process

Have a clear and concise hiring plan to reap the best ROI on your recruitment software and to ensure your hiring process advances smoothly. From creating a clear job description to planning out the interview process, Simplicant lets you run the show hassle-free.

Build your hiring workflows

You can effortlessly integrate your current hiring process into Simplicant’s program through building custom hiring workflows. The ability to manage each job, or even a group of jobs, with its own unique workflow makes the whole process easy to follow. With this feature, candidates are moved along the appropriate hiring stages in a workflow while being tracked each step of the way.

Create new job requisitions

Whether you’re a CEO or a hiring manager, creating a new job post using Simplicant is effortless. You can even add custom screening questions and implement pre-created screening question templates to customize your job application for each job opening.
Simplicant’s modern recruitment system also allows you to easily create, store and maintain all the details included in your job requisitions in the form of job templates. You can reuse this information anytime to create a new job requisition or revisit and re-open a previously created job requisition.

Get Job requisitions approved

Does your organization require that all new jobs go through a review and approval process before they are officially posted on your company’s career site, or any other public place for that matter? If so, we’ve got you covered. With Simplicant, you can easily initiate an approval process to make sure every new job posting is properly reviewed by the team before it is considered ready for publishing. Notifications are triggered at every step of the approval process so necessary actions can be taken promptly. You can make this approval process as detailed as you like, or disable it altogether when you don’t need it.