Reviewing Applicants in a Timely Manner
How to Review
Why this is important
Red Exclamation Mark Icon
The red exclamation mark simply lets you know that your jobs are eligible to be refreshed on Indeed, but because there are applicants that you need to review, we haven't. We only want to refresh jobs where your "Need's Review" bucket is 0 - that is that all of your current applications have been moved to 'Interested', 'Saved', or 'Rejected'. Importantly, it doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with the job, or the job posting - it just means that you need to review your applicants.
Because of this, each job will show the exclamation mark at different times, which is based on when we try to refresh them. The fastest we try to refresh them is every 30 days, so if an applicant hasn't been reviewed after 30 days since the last refresh, the job will show the red exclamation mark. It is not based on applicant volume, but on the speed with which you review applicants.
To remove the red exclamation mark, all you need to do is review your applicants as quickly as possible. If you are unsure if you'd like to mark an applicant as interested or rejected, you can utilize the "Save" function so you can go back to review the applicant at a later time and get them out of the Needs Review section. You can read more about saving applicants here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Job boards have rules regarding re-posting the same job and "location blasting" - posting the same job in many similar locations. If they determine you are violating these terms, you can have all of your jobs pulled off of the job board, greatly harming your applicant flow. Team Engine stays within these guidelines, while still being as aggressive with re-posting your job as able.