Jobs on Facebook is a great way for businesses to attract qualified talent where they’re already spending their time — on Facebook and on mobile. We are pleased to announce a new time-saving option for posting to Jobs on Facebook directly from PCRecruiter. The Jobs on Facebook integration is offered at no additional cost.
When posted, Jobs may appear in multiple places on Facebook, including your business’ Company Page, via Notifications, in Groups, in Marketplace, and the News Feed. The job will also be visible in Facebook’s site-wide job search engine at FB.com/jobs.
When a jobseeker clicks on the Apply Now button, a form opens that pre-populates the candidate’s information for a fast and simple apply experience. The application may contain the job history and other existing information available in the candidate’s Facebook profile, which they can edit prior to submission.
Applicants from Jobs on Facebook are added to your PCRecruiter database as new Name records in your Default Company and are automatically linked to the Pipeline for the job(s) they’ve applied to.
Any employment or education entries shared in the applicant’s Facebook application will be added to the History section of their Name record, and a resume document will be generated from their contact information and history details.
All names generated via Jobs on Facebook will be populated with “Facebook” in the EEO Source and Referrer fields.
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