SmartRecruiters is excited to announce a new agency management feature coming next week to manage third-party recruiters in your account. Never before has a company been able to streamline processes with multiple recruiters while also having perfect visibility and control of candidate submissions for all jobs.
This week, we’ve added an easier way to manage payments for recruiting services in SmartRecruiters with a new business account.
Your Business Account
Instead of using your credit card to purchase job boards, candidate databases, or other services, we will send you a single invoice for all purchases made in your company account each month. Your business account is a new Payment Method in Account Settings that allows you to charge purchases in the Store to your account.
Flexible Payment Options
If you have multiple cost centers or departments, we can provide you with a business account for each one to track purchases against your budget. You can share an account with multiple users, and once added, they can charge purchases in the store to your company. Users can also have access to additional business accounts or credit cards to make purchases.
If your company spends at least $5000 a month on recruiting services in SmartRecruiters and has a credit card on file, we can quickly activate this option in your account. Go to Payment Methods in Account Settings and select Invoice to apply.
In our release this week, we focused on making payment methods, like your credit cards, more convenient to manage in your SmartRecruiters acount. See the video below for a quick overview of how this works.
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