Welcome to our Click Recruit
As a business we are governed by many rules
and regulations that cover every aspect of our day-to-day operation and because
of this, we have a number of documents that outline how we interact via our website
for both our visitors and our clients (members) and how we would like them to interact
Here at Click Recruit we will always
endeavor to keep things as simple and easy to understand as possible, it’s the Click
way of doing business and I guess we will never change, but sometimes you need
all the ‘legal jargon’ and we promise that it will only be found here on these
Our legal team insists on it...
- We don’t limit the number of responses we provide for you; you can receive every application or a shortlist of the best applicants available. You choose via your own secure client page using the filter options.
- We keep a copy of the candidates’ application in your online file for you to access at a later date if required. We certainly don’t use your applications for any other purpose; they’re your applications and we respect that.
- We advertise each vacancy on a per campaign basis; this means one job description in one location at the same time. Multiple jobs or locations will require multiple recruitment campaigns.
- Once the advert is published we are unable to edit the copy; any changes would involve creating a new vacancy and therefore would require the purchase of an additional credit.
- We cannot guarantee the volume of response.
- The vacancies will be advertised under a different name; We explain in the advert that we are advertising on behalf of another company who will receive their application. This protects your identity, limits unsolicited direct contact from recruitment agencies and prevents candidates from direct contact prior to the screening process.
- Full payment must be received BEFORE your advert is uploaded live to our network of National, Local and Specialist industry job boards.
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