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How do I approve recruiters?

We recommend approving the associated company before approving recruiters, but this isn't required. Check out this KB article about approving companies.

From the main dashboard, go to Companies>Contact File.



Use Basic Search on the left-hand side of your screen to search by Contact Status>Pending (click to search).



You'll see Pending Contacts that have not yet been approved. Select these using the checkbox or Select All by clicking the drop-down arrow next to Name.



From the Selected Tab, click Next Actions>Change Recruiter Status.




Select Active from the drop-down menu and Save.



Now, when you return to the Contact File, the recruiter will show as Approved under Company Status.



Note: You can access pending employer contacts from the dashboard widget by clicking Pending Contact Queue.

To learn how to approve jobs check out this KB article. 



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