Are the showcase pages for recruiters or agencies?
Our showcase pages are built for recruiters, but employers are also able to build a parent page that showcases their companies’ internal careers.
What happens if my recruiters leave?
Agencies own the recruiter showcase pages and have full visibility and control over their use. While investing in a recruiters brand improves retention, ramp time, and reaps the benefits of social selling, it also makes them advocates of the business.
How much time will it take to build a showcase page, and will my recruiters commit to that?
As part of the onboarding, we help build these profiles for your business and then hand them over for you to have full control over. The Scoop’s technology auto-populates sales collateral with a few clicks and integrates seamlessly with social profiles, job boards, and LinkedIn to pull everything to where it needs to be. Agencies can also replicate showcase pages as templates for multiple recruiters and assign agency collateral to multiple-pages at a time.
How is this different from LinkedIn?
The Scoop is not a substitute for LinkedIn, but a way to capture and amplify your efforts on the platform and elsewhere. It improves and customizes the way you market your recruiters and their business.
Most recruiters tend not to drive traffic to their website in their initial approach, The Scoop’s Recruiter Pages is used as an outreach tool. But it does more than this; it is an effective way to drive traffic to your website and all your other platforms.
Will people steal my candidates?
The Scoop intends to bring greater transparency to recruitment and the process but understands that anonymity is important and encrypts all links to candidate profiles in a secure way.
How long does a demo take and what is the set up time?
In order to see the platform and how it all fits into a recruiter’s workflow, we advise 30 minutes for an initial demo. The creation of the showcase pages takes us around a week to build and then you’re ready to start using the platform.