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Job auto-approval rules
Your team can now auto-approve jobs while setting exceptions for certain types of jobs for manual review—like part time jobs, jobs in a particular industry, or jobs out of state.
- Learn about job auto-approval rules here.
(Beta) Archiving office locations
Beta testers can now archive office locations—this was a top requested update from our partners. This feature will launch to all partners in the coming weeks.
- Learn about archiving office locations here.
We’ve implemented our new employer validation process. To ensure a smooth rollout, employer validation data points will slowly be incorporated into the employer Trust Score starting in a few weeks. Then, after the busy back to school season, we’ll remove the Trust Score.
- Learn more about employer validation here.
- Share this help article with employer partners if they have questions.
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Enforcing SSO for career services staff
In the coming weeks, your team will have the ability to require staff to log into Handshake via SSO. This optional setting will live on the SSO preferences page. Before toggling it on, please ensure your staff have auth identifiers associated with their Handshake accounts—otherwise SSO will not work and staff will be locked out of Handshake.
(Experiment) Remote and employer collection filters in job search
In the coming weeks, we’ll begin testing new filters on the job search page that help students quickly find remote opportunities, or opportunities posted by employers your team has added to employer collections.
(Experiment) Employer collection “badge”
In the coming weeks, we’ll being testing a “badge” on employer profiles and job postings indicating that the employer was added to an employer collection by your team.
Students will soon be able to test their video, audio, and connection on their own without any assistance from your team. This will be extremely handy before a virtual fair or a virtual call with an employer.
- Please note that students will be redirected to Twilio’s website to run these diagnostic tests and be asked to provide their email address for security purposes.
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