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Scheduling a hiring event through Workstream

If your company has organized a hiring event, Workstream can help you prepare for it by simply using the Scheduling function.

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Written by Elleine Velasquez
Updated over a week ago

To schedule a hiring event, follow the below steps:

STEP 1: Log in to your Workstream account then go to Positions.

STEP 2: Click the arrow down button next to the brand name to select a location.

STEP 3: Select a position then click the three-dotted line located in the last column.

STEP 4: Select Edit Position.

STEP 5: Under the Progress panel, go to Stages.

STEP 6: Choose Add new stage.

STEP 7: Select Scheduling Stage as the stage type.

STEP 8: Enter the name of your hiring event and then drag to rearrange the correct order of the stages, then Next.

STEP 9: Specify your meeting length. Choose between intervals of 15, 30, 45, 60 mins, or 2 hours.

STEP 10: Specify the meeting type. Select from Phone call, Onsite interview, Video conference, or Other.

STEP 11: Select the name of the interviewer from the dropdown list if you wish to assign it to specific users. Note that you can select multiple interviewers.

You can also assign it based on roles. Note that this update will be applied to all positions with the same role selected with the same meeting type and length.

STEP 12: Add the meeting details. Here, you can specify additional information or instructions needed for the event. If you assigned a role as an interview lead instead of a specific user, use a generic name (e.g. interview with General Manager) as this information will be copied to all relevant positions.

STEP 13: Go to the scheduling page to add the time slots for the hiring event. To add time slots to your calendar, click here.

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