References Report


Reporting is highly advantageous when it comes to businesses being able to pull information from their system. They can provide an understanding of potential flaws and opportunities, influence long term management strategies and streamline processes.

Verifying the information on a potential applicant helps prevent or limit the risk of making a bad hire. By talking to an applicant's given personal or professional reference, you have the opportunity to gather more information about the person and their work ethic.

There are several criteria you can filter by such as references that are requested, outstanding, not obtainable and that are received.

References can not only be managed via the Applicant Record, but also within the References Report. Working from the report will be a huge time-saver as you can edit the state of references. For example, marking outstanding references as received or sending reference requests.





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Reporting is highly advantageous when it comes to businesses being able to pull information from their system. They can provide an understanding of potential flaws and opportunities, influence long term management strategies and streamline processes.

Verifying the information on a potential applicant helps prevent or limit the risk of making a bad hire. By talking to an applicant's given personal or professional reference, you have the opportunity to gather more information about the person and their work ethic.

There are several criteria you can filter by such as references that are requested, outstanding, not obtainable and that are received.

References can not only be managed via the Applicant Record, but also within the References Report. Working from the report will be a huge time-saver as you can edit the state of references. For example, marking outstanding references as received or sending reference requests.





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