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ATS - Indeed and Glassdoor Integration
ATS - Indeed and Glassdoor Integration

Ensure your vacancies are indexed on Indeed and Glassdoor

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Written by Sarah Mills
Updated over a week ago

We now have a simple integration with Indeed and Glassdoor, providing you the ability to advertise your vacancies from within your ATS into these job portals. When applicants apply, they will automatically be displayed in the ATS as a new applicant record. 

You'll first need to create a vacancy. On how to do this please see:

To turn on this feature:

  1. Click the 'Settings' tab

  2. Click the 'ATS' tab

  3. Click the 'Vacancy' area

How do these integrations work?

Glassdoor - when an applicant clicks on this vacancy, they will be directed to the PeopleHR vacancy page to apply.

Indeed - this has been mapped so that the application process keeps in line with Indeed in order for an applicant to apply through the page. The applicant information will then be transferred into your ATS.

How often do vacancies update to the external job board?

It can take up to 24 hours for a vacancy to be posted from the time the vacancy is set to active.

Which vacancies pull through to Glassdoor and Indeed?

Within the Vacancy Details tab (the first page when clicking on an existing vacancy, or when creating a new one) you have the option to select whether you want the vacancy to be internal, external, or both. All vacancies that you have marked as 'External' or 'Both' will pull through to the external job boards:

To make sure your job gets found by candidates via Glassdoor and Indeed, there are three things you need to do. These steps will maximise the visibility of your vacancies, and attract more applications. Specifics below:

Give each vacancy a job title.
This ensures your vacancies are displayed to people searching for the specific job you're advertising helping you reach more relevant candidates.

Add the city and country where the job will be based.
These job sites let job seekers search by location. If you have multiple jobs available, each in different cities, then create a duplicate vacancy for each vacancy, this lets you target each city where the job will be available.

(Glassdoor Only) Create an employer account.
If your company doesn't already have its own profile on Glassdoor, then make sure you create one. This automatically links your vacancies to your company page, meaning when job seekers find your vacancy, they will also see reviews and company information. Creating a company account also gives your vacancy a better chance of showing up in the search results.

Click here for the link to Glassdoor Employers profile signup


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