When a process is re-launched, a new version of your job will be published, with a clean selection process, that is, without the information of the professionals who initially applied. Bear in mind that, when you relaunch a process, you will have to purchase an unlock to access the information of the new applicants. If you have a subscription plan, a quota from your plan will be used. Check here how to do it.
Once the professionals accept the invitation to apply for your job on Get on Board, they will be able to contact you after sending their application. If they have not sent an application, and they are in the 'interested' phase, they will be able to send you a message once you have started a conversation.
If you have administrator permissions of the account, you can easily change your company name and contact details by clicking on your username(on the desktop it is in the upper right corner) and selecting "Edit <your company>'s profile".
When you discard applicants in a selection process, it is not automatically reported. However, we make it as easy as possible for you: When you discard an application (either by dragging it to the "Discarded" column or from the individual application card) you will have the possibility to send a notification message. To do this, you must check the box "Notify <applicant> via email".
No. At this moment we do not have monthly subscriptions, only quarterly and annual subscription plans with special pricing. Why don't we have monthly plans? Because having a monthly plan does not match the actual recruitment times, which are usually at least 2 months.
When creating the scorecard, you can assign a weight to each item or evaluation criterion. This weighting will be defined according to your hiring needs and relevance of requirements. The criteria weights are: Low (0.5x), Normal (1.0x), High (1.5x) and Very High (2.0x).
Non-profit organizations, anywhere in the world, can post technology jobs on Get on Board and find great Latin American technology talent for free, forever. Check the conditions required to access the benefit.
No. You can cancel the automatic renewal and continue to use the account until the end of the cycle unless there is an extremely important reason to cut off the service immediately, as there are no refunds.
We strongly recommend that you contact the professionals and follow up on the recruitment process directly from Get on Board. When you post your job, you automatically access smart and elegant tools that will make the process easier for you.
Immediately nothing. You can continue to enjoy the benefits of your plan until the plan period is over. When that time comes, you will not be charged for the renewal and you will lose access to the plan.
If your company needs to hire more than 5 tech positions per year, we recommend you to get a subscription plan according to your needs. This will allow you to economize considerably compared to individual unlocks.
When you create your Get on Board job ad, the salary you specify is compared to a minimum value. This minimum value is calculated based on several factors: job title and category, technologies and skills required, job location, and experience level. We are continually updating the base values by which the minimum wage is calculated, to respond to changes in the market, and the cost of living in each country.
No. The notes you create about an applicant on the Notes tab are completely private and have been designed to allow the recruiting team to share information from interviews, evaluations, and other impressions formed about the candidates.
To request a refund of your purchase, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org explaining the reason for the refund (this is very important so that we can continue to improve) and including proof of payment for the purchase you wish to return. We will respond and refund your purchase as soon as possible.
On Get on Board, "unlocking" a job is equivalent to purchasing a publication. The difference is that Get on Board allows you to launch a job ad for free, and pay only if your publication receives applicants that fulfill your expectations. While your job is blocked, you can only access to a preview of the information of each candidate who applies to your job. This information (which does not include contact information) will allow you to decide whether to unlock it or not.