Clinch promises "a more intelligent career site," and while the platform already comes with a comprehensive feature set designed to make it faster and easier to attract, identify, engage and convert the best talent for your organization, our team is constantly working to further enhance our product.
Most recently, we've been zoning in on candidate experience, introducing machine learning to the system in order to deliver a more personalized candidate experience for each and every person who visits your Clinch career site.
Now, we're excited to reveal the added functionality that this latest innovation brings.
Visitors to your Clinch site, both anonymous and known, can now favorite jobs that interest them, via the "Add to Favorites" button seen below.
To turn on this functionality, simply navigate to Settings in the left menu, then Company > Content Options, and check the "Allow candidates to favorite jobs" box.
Once a candidate favorites a job, the next time they visit your career site and see the list of "Recommended Jobs," those they have favorited will appear at the top of that list, with the "Favorited" label beneath.
Choosing to show a "Similar jobs" job lists block in your jobs page template means that when a candidate views a job, he or she will also see a list of other jobs that the Clinch platform recognizes as being "like" the current job. This comparison is made based on the behavior of all candidates who have visited the site, and the adaptive content will update depending on which job the candidate is viewing at any given time.
"Similar Jobs" works just like Amazon's "People who bought this also bought . . . " function, and is designed to deliver a more customized, more rewarding candidate experience.
Check out the side panel in the image below to see the feature in action.
If you choose to show the "Recommended jobs" job lists block on your career site homepage, candidates will see a list of jobs that is based on their behavior during previous site visits. If a candidate has never viewed a job, Clinch will recommend the latest jobs. The "Recommended jobs" list is also where "Favorited" jobs live, featured right at the top.
Again, the "Recommended jobs" list is adaptive content that will update over time as the candidate browses different jobs on the site.
All of the functionaility highlighted here is now available to our Clients, and we look forward to watching you reap the benefits of this enhanced, more personalized candidate experience.
For more on adding any of the above three options to your career site and/or job pages, please see the associated help doc.