Applied accounts are assigned to email addresses with a one-to-one relationship. All this means is that your work email address can only ever be associated with one company account at a time.
For the vast majority of users this never presents an issue. They only ever need to access one business Applied account to administer roles or review candidates. If this is you, you needn’t read on.
For some users, however, there is a need for a slightly different solution.
Centralised hiring teams that manage hiring for more than one brand, for example; or recruitment agencies running campaigns for multiple clients, would waste time in spades if they had to log in and out of accounts with different email addresses. For them, we built sub-brands.
With the sub-brands feature enabled:
- You can define which brands sit within your umbrella
- You can create new roles and post them as the appropriate brand
- You can manage all roles from one central location
- All communications about a role will be sent from the sub-brand
- All logos and employer branding will reference the sub-brand
Sub-brands enable a single account to create and post job adverts on behalf of a roster of brands/clients. That same account can then be used to manage the process of reviewing, scheduling and hiring without the need to switch back and forth between accounts.
In short, I can create a new role in Applied, indicate that the role belongs to ‘ABC Company’ and then be confident that every time a candidate interacts with that role - whether completing an application or receiving an email from the hiring team - they will be interacting with ‘ABC Company’ instead of my recruitment firm or parent company.
To enable sub-brands for your account, please speak to your Customer Success Manager. You will need to provide them with a list of the brands you wish to add to your account and the relevant brand logos in png format.
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