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Is Your Career Site Usable?
Determine the user friendliness of your candidate experience with our candidate usability quiz.
Is a link to your career site located on the home page of your main web site?
B. No, it's in the "about us" (or other) section
C. There isn't a link on the main web site at all
From your career site home page, how many clicks does it take to get to a list of open jobs?
A. None, they are listed on the career site home page
C. 3 or more
Is your career site branded with your logo and company colors?
Do you have links to social networking sites on your career site?
A. Yes, Facebook, Twitter, and a job search agent
B. Yes, one of the above
C. None of the above
Is your career site and online application usable in a variety of browsers?
A. Yes, IE, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari and it's 508 compliant
B. Yes, IE and Firefox
Is your career site 508 compliant?
B. No, or not sure
Can applicants access your careers and online application on a mobile device?
A. Yes, and they can answer prescreening questions about the job
B. Applicants can view jobs, but must apply via a computer
C. Not sure, or no mobile capabilities
Do you have videos that give applicants a vision of what it would be like to work for you?
A. Yes, we have some realistic job previews
B. No, but we do have information on our corporate culture
C. No, we do not have any videos
How understandable are your job titles to the average Joe?
A. Understandable to anyone with a 5th grade reading level
B. Requires some industry knowledge
C. Must understand abbreviations, codes and levels to interpret the job title
How much information do you present to the applicant about each job?
A. Job description, requirements, salary, and more
B. A job description with requirements
C. I’m not sure what you mean, can you re-phrase the question?
Is there a way to chat with a real person about the online application?
A. Yes, support is available via phone, email or live chat
B. Yes, support is available via email
C. No, we do not provide applicant support
Within your application, do you have prescreening questions related to the job?
A. Yes, we ask a few, specific prescreening questions related to the job
B. Yes, we ask quite a few prescreening questions, the same regardless of job
C. We don’t have any prescreening questions
How much information do you collect on the initial online application?
A. We only collect what is needed for a recruiter to determine if the applicant moves to the next phase (for example, a resume, some prescreening questions and a portfolio)
B. We collect what’s needed for the next phase, and also some information related to the background check, such as date of birth and previous names and addresses
C. We collect everything that’s needed to import the applicant into our payroll system, if hired
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