Employers spend a lot of money to attract qualified job seekers. So when a job seeker’s attention is finally won–at the moment of applying–it makes sense to leverage that opportunity.
By inviting applicants to apply to multiple jobs at once, hiring teams can make more informed decisions and fill open positions faster, while job applicants can easily express interest in a full range of opportunities.
When several great-fit applicants only apply for one open position, employers are more likely to lose great talent. But if there are other open positions that would be a good fit for an applicant, why not let them know that from the start?
Job applicants in one location are often unaware of job opportunities at another. That’s fine when an applicant has limited transportation or prefers one location. But why risk losing qualified applicants who are open to other locations?
When an application process is too long or confusing, qualified applicants fall through the cracks. By inviting applicants to apply to multiple jobs at once, employers can minimize confusion and speed up the application process.
It’s not always easy to collaborate across multiple locations or during busy hiring seasons. Matching qualified applicants to all open positions at the outset, eliminates much of the need for back-and-forth communication, making collaboration easy.