Job Positions Guide [VIDEO]

A follow-up part of HRM user guide concerning job positions. Not only an integral functionality, but also a helpful recruitment tracking tool for HR departments. 

See what is the jobs names tab about, how to add job positions of your company, how to edit or delete records, what data is displayed and how to sort it.

What is it?

Accountant, sales manager, Android developer, project manager… any HR department has to take care of recruitment and employment for their company in the best possible way. HR managers have to constantly keep track of job positions for every department, determine the demand for certain jobs and find candidates correspondingly.

In EasyERP this tab in HR section represents the job list, where you set up job titles for your database of employees and applicants. This includes job name, department, a number of employees in demand, a  number of current employees in job positions, a number for recruitment, last edits.

Job positions list in EasyERP

You can add new jobs, edit and/or delete positions, adjust the view. To edit a job position, just click on it and make amendments. Also, you shouldn’t forget that first-time EasyERP users will get an empty list of positions at the start. With this tab, your HR department can see the forecast and plan for recruitment, manage those entities.

To add new job position to your database, click the blue New button at the top of a page, which brings up this popup window to fill. Specify a job name, a department, expected number of employees for recruitment, and a stage. You can also add job description and requirements for applicants. “Job name” field is mandatory. When you’ve filled out the form, click Create.

Add new job position

To delete a job position you can put a check-mark next to it in the list and hit Delete button, or open an item and click Delete there.

All the jobs are displayed as a simple list, containing basic pieces of data in columns. You see 10 records per page by default, but you can switch it to 25, 50 or 100. All column titles serve as ascending/descending sorting links. So, for instance, you can click the current number of employees and see the list starting from the biggest number to the smallest, or vice versa.

Previously in HRM

Stay tuned for more user guide videos!