Employee & Manager Portals

Our client and candidate portals are what set us apart from our competitors. Save time and improve efficiency by enabling your clients and candidate to administer vetted sections of their own records. These portals are customised to reflect your branding and themes.

To achieve a paperless registration process we enable our clients with a candidate portal that allows them to perform both generic and custom tasks that can update their records and availability. Candidates can perform an online registration

Candidate Features

Employer / Manager Features

  • Edit personal details (address, email, etc)
  • Update skills, job sought, candidate info (any record tags / keywords)
  • Shift availability & Next available date
  • Upload and review documents (with permission controls)
  • Review temporary / casual work history
  • Review & Monitor application history
  • Subscribe to newsletter & job alerts
  • Change status & nature of work sought
  • Update emergency contact information
  • Process online timesheets
  • Review Candidates & Resumes
  • Review files and upload documents
  • Track bookings and placements
  • Order Staff Online
  • Process Timesheets
  • Create Vacancy Requests
  • Review Invoices
  • Create Custom Reports
  • Post job adverts (* Optional)
  • Search for talent (* Optional)

NOTE: Every RecruitOnline installation is different. Some clients have thin, needs specific 
portals whilst others elect to create end-to-end paperless registration systems within the 
RecruitOnline ecology. We will work with you, your ideas and budget to create portals that 
add ongoing efficiency and value to your business.

What could your business achieve?

Our portals are a must-have for business undertaking volume recruitment with specific reporting requirements. We can tap into your data and alleviate the need for most manual administration & reporting - what could your business achieve if you added back the labour cost of your administrative processes into your recruitment & sales activities?