PCR Updates

Configurable Placements, Paychex Export

Main Sequence will be releasing a new update to our PCRecruiter hosting servers this week which contains major upgrades to the Placement features, among other general tweaks and improvements.

Main Sequence will be releasing a new update to our PCRecruiter hosting servers this week which contains major upgrades to the Placement features, among other general tweaks and improvements.

You’ll have time-saving Placement Form Letters, CustomĀ Placement Fields for storing non-standard placement data, as well as the ability to configure your own Placement record layout for maximum efficiency, just as you’ve been able to do with name, company, and job screens.

In addition, we’ve also updated the CSV export utility for Paychex users, and added a ‘Quick Upload’ resume replacement option in the PCR Portal for MS Outlook (download that update here).

If you have any questions, contact support@mainsequence.net

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