πŸ‘” Posting and Managing Jobs on the Layoff Network

Updated 1 month ago by Vinayak Ranade

Jobs on the Layoff Network - for recruiters

To be able to post jobs on the Layoff Network, you have to be signed up with your work email address and verify that you work there by verifying your work email from the magic link you get during the signup process.

I'm hiring - how do I post a job?

First, you need to make sure that you have the right kind of account on Drafted. During the signup process, you'll need to select this choice on the first screen.

If you didn't choose this option or you're not sure, just write into the chat bot on the bottom right and we'll make sure you have the right permissions to post jobs.

Where do I post jobs?

Once you're signed up, you can post jobs on the My Hiring tab on the left.

On the Drafted Layoff Network, jobs are called Talent Categories. Talent categories allow you to specify an entire category like "Software Engineering" without having to post individual jobs for "Senior Software Engineer", "Backend Engineer", and "Frontend Engineer".

If you use Greenhouse or Lever as your Applicant Tracking System, you can quickly import your jobs by pasting in your career page link.

Where do my job posts show up?

Your jobs and company shows up on the Who's Hiring tab which is accessible to all job seekers on the Layoff Network.

How do I update my company branding and logos?

Drafted will try to automatically detect your company information from Twitter / Crunchbase based on your work email. If you want to upload custom branding images, you'll need to either ask us to do it with via live chat, or upgrade to our external referral teams product (starting at just $10 / mo).

I don't see the My Hiring tab. What's going on?

Most likely, you didn't choose the "I want to hire people" option during signup, or we weren't able to verify your work email. If this happens, just live chat us and we'll sort it out. Make sure to mention this.

What does it mean when Drafted says I need to switch to enterprise?

If someone at your company is already using Drafted for their team, you need to be part of their Drafted team in order to post a job on Drafted. Clicking Switch to Enterprise will put you in the right place to be able to post jobs with advanced features like syncing from your ATS, collaborating with your team, and more.


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