how do i use my agent account?
If you're new to Relode, watch this short video for a tour of your account:
how to search jobs
Finding the right job for the right person is simple with our platform. Watch this short video to get started, or follow the steps below. Embedded content: https://youtu.be/GqlRqGALLng
- Log in in to your account and click the “jobs” tab at the top.
- Use keywords to search for specific positions.
- Filter job location by zip-code, or by typing in the city/state for which you would like to search.
- Want to see all the jobs? Type "all locations" into the search box.
- You can also filter by job category, job type (full-time, part-time, contract, or locum), or by a more specific location.
how to refer a candidate
Referring a great candidate takes less than five minutes! The more candidates you refer, the more rewards you can earn. Watch this short video to learn how to connect a great candidate to a great job.
- Log in to your Relode agent account
- Click the job for which you are referring a candidate
- Fill out your candidate’s information — it only takes a few minutes!
- Click “refer candidate” at the bottom of the form.
- You can also use the social sharing option to spread the word about a position.
- After you refer someone, the Relode team takes over. We work directly with the clients and candidates to make the hiring process easy and rewarding. We’ll also send you updates about where your candidate is in the hiring process!
how to set your notification preferences
Want to be notified instantly when new jobs arrive? Update your preferences using our notification center!
To be a successful Relode agent, it’s important to be aware of new opportunities. Luckily, we make it easy to learn when new jobs are posted with the notifications preferences section in your account settings!
- Click your profile in the top right hand corner of the screen and select “settings.”
- Then choose “agent settings.”
- If you want your account to remain active and receive job notifications, make sure the box titled “Available for referral opportunities” is marked “Yes.”
- To get immediate notifications when a new job is posted, make sure that the box titled “immediate notification,” is marked “Yes.”
- You can add new job categories to your preferences by typing the name of the role into the “job categories” field.
- You can also add new locations by typing the city or zip code into the “locations” field.
Want notifications from across the U.S.? Just type “all locations” into the “locations” field.
don'ts when posting jobs to other sites
When posting positions on other sites, here’s what not to do:
Job postings can be a great way for agents to find new candidates and spread the word about exciting new opportunities. If you decide to post a Relode job on any public platform or job board, here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Do not include the employer name or salary
- Do not include Relode’s name or the logo in the posting
- Do not represent yourself as an employee of Relode or the client
Failing to comply with any of the items above will result in suspension from the Relode platform.
We also encourage you to write your own job description for your post. The description you’ll find on the Relode platform is geared toward Relode agents. To attract the best candidates, we suggest you create the post specifically for candidates, focusing on the benefits and advantages of the job.
Agent shall not disclose any Client name or the salary applicable to any Job Post in any public manner, including but not limited to public forums such as job posting sites, social media sites, personal web sites, blogs, or advertisements available to the public. In addition, Agent shall not hold himself or herself out as an employee of either the Client or Relode when sharing Relode Job Posts with candidates or otherwise.
is this a conflict with my current job?
Not at all! To be a successful agent, all you need is the motivation to actively search for candidates. This may mean interacting regularly with your personal network, or reaching out to potential candidates on social media — it's different for everyone.