Each user who registers on the blog is considered both employer and job seeker. It might seem confusing at first but technically there is no reason why one user couldn’t be both, so why make anyone have to jump through hoops and have to register twice?
Each user will have access to the employer menu in the sidebar of the admin panel (see Pic. 1).
Employer account allows user to see jobs posted by him (Company Jobs link), create and publish company profile (it is a page on the job board that holds all company jobs) and apply for resumes access.
Company jobs is probably the best tool for companies. First and foremost it offers simple statistics (number of page views, unique page views and number of sent applications) which allows companies to measure effectiveness of job ads to post better ads in future.
Note that unlike many tools, this job board measures visits made only by real users, bots are excluded from the stats.
Second feature is “Republish” link under each job. By clicking this link the employer is taken to the ‘Post a job’ form, with form filled in and uploaded company logo if any. Next, the user can alter the job ad or publish it as is.
Company profile form has two objectives. First is to create company profile page accessible by job seekers so they can learn more about the company and see other jobs posted by this company.
Second reason to fill company profile page is that once you go to ‘Post a job’ form while being logged in the company information will be used to fill in some parts of the form keeping it simple for you to fill out the form.
Depending on you level of purchase package, the Resumes Access panel might not be available. If it’s enabled employers might purchase resumes access for a given period of time (configured in job board configuration) or request resumes access – again it’s all depends on job board configuration.