How Jane Works
Everything you need to make good hires
With Jane, you get a hiring process and platform that scales with your business. Plus, you’ll have a personal hiring specialist who gets you setup, can take hiring-related tasks off your plate, and sees to it that you’re successful.
- 01Attract the Right CandidatesJane’s first tasks are usually writing up an engaging job description, and creating a recruiting plan that matches your timeline, budget, and the type of candidates you want to attract.
- 02Qualify & Score CandidatesAs candidates apply, Jane ranks and scores candidates against the job, and can qualify them for you via phone screens, and job-specific pre-employment assessments.
- 03Organize & Prepare InterviewsOnce you have your short-list, Jane can schedule the in-person interviews for you, and equip your team with the right custom interview questions to ask.
- 04Reviews, Rounds & RejectionsTo keep things moving, Jane can compile interviewer feedback, follow up with candidates who you are not going forward with, and assist with background and reference checks.
How we do it
JANE transforms the way organizations hire and use technology.
Candidates are able to apply through a fully-branded career portal that goes where you want it to go.
Perfectly written job descriptions
Your hiring specialist has no patience for ho-hum job descriptions and can edit or write a new job description to attract the right types of candidates, while accurately describing the job and company culture.
Posting your jobs
JANE is fully integrated with Indeed, the US.jobs network, and makes it easy to share jobs via social media. Your hiring specialist can even take it one step further and identify the best industry and college & university job sites for you.
Resumes are automatically scored and ranked for you
The days of sifting through a pile of resumes are finally over! Jane automatically scores and ranks candidates’ resumes against your job descriptions, so you can focus on the most qualified candidates.
Your hiring specialist will equip you with phone questions and scorecards to help you determine which candidates to bring in for in-person interviews. Don’t have time for phone interviews? Your hiring specialist will do them for you.
Quickly zero in on the best fitting candidates with Jane’s online pre-employment assessments. Our assessments library includes cognitive, personality, and skill-based assessments developed by I/O psychologists who have put them through rigorous reliability and validation tests.
Your hiring specialist can schedule interviews for you and your team. Everyone gets an invitation, along with links to all the relevant information they’ll need for the interview.
Interview questions and exercises
Your hiring specialist will meet with you and your team to create customized, non-leading, and scenario-based questions and exercises tailored for your current and future interviews.
Interview feedback and scorecards
“What d’ya think?” That’s the most common question after an interview. Instead of answers like “I liked her” or “I didn’t like him”, you can collect insightful feedback simply by rating candidates on a common set of criteria through a shared scorecard.
Many managers think reference checks are a waste of time because candidates just give them positive references, and employers tend to rely on solely verifying dates of employment.
Jane offers a smart, conscientious (and most importantly) simple approach.
You pick the most relevant professional and personal references to hear from.
References fill online reference checks for each candidate saving you time.
You get the right reference check questions to ask.
You get valuable insights that inform your hiring decisions.
Tasking JANE with all of your hiring needs is simple...
Send Jane requests & stay updated through our web software and via email; or carrier pigeon if you got ’em!
Once paired, you’ll get your hiring specialist’s direct line. From day one, you can reach out to him/her as much as your workload requires.
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