All candidates who have applied for a job at your company using the Talentcube app are displayed in the application inbox. In this way, you can see all open applications at a glance.

1) Structure of the application overview

In the left area of the list, the name of the applicant, the job code together with the corresponding job and the team evaluation are displayed. Speed up the selection process by entering a personal assessment of your applicants. The categories Personality, Motivation and Qualification are available for selection.

The right-hand side contains the date on which the application was received and the current status of the application. A distinction is made between New, View, Interest, Hired, and Rejected.

You can also change the status of an application. Simply click on the corresponding application status and another pop-up will open. If a candidate already has the status Hired or Rejected, you can delete this application and remove it from the list.

You can also archive applications on the right-hand side. For more information, see 3) Archiving Applications.

2) Search & filter for applications

Simply filter your applications using the filter function on the right. You can filter your applications according to their current status or according to vacancies or job codes. 

If you are looking for a specific candidate, use the search function at the top of the page. You can also sort the list of applications received by time or alphabetically.

3) Archive applications

Simply archive selected applications using the archive function. If you click on the button, the corresponding application will be moved from the incoming application to the archive and will not be deleted after 6 or 12 months if you have selected automatic deletion in the job code creation. A new window will open in which you will confirm the applicant's consent to the storage, regardless of the legal regulations. Select the reason for archiving: Talent pool or employee

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