Our recruitment classified advertising colleagues at RecTech Media have launched a new service for employers to improve the candidate experience. It’s for job applicants who are turned down.
Rejection letters are never easy to receive, but RecTech founder Chris Russell says there’s still a way to leave a good impression. “Even though you can’t hire them, you can help them continue their search,” Russell says.
RecTech Media’s new Rejobify site is essentially a writing service where RecTech staff will rewrite a company’s rejection email, which can then be uploaded to the employer’s applicant tracking system.
The email includes a link to a custom landing page with the employer’s logo, hosted on the Rejobify website, which includes links, tools, and resources to help the candidate find a job elsewhere.
“The whole point is to leave a good ‘last impression’ with the candidate rather than straight-out rejecting them,” Russell told the AIM Group.
The new service — which is a website, not an app — was developed in-house. It costs employers $120 a month.