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How to Implement RSS For Use of Social Media to Broadcast Job Openings Or Talents (Doc ID 1345354.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle iRecruitment - Version 12.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Oracle iRecruitment recently enabled RSS  (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) Feeds  on the iRecruitment Visitor site. Site visitors and external candidates can use the RSS feed links on the Job search pages to subscribe to the RSS feeds with the job search criteria that they use. RSS feeds enable users to monitor job vacancies without having to visit iRecruitment. Candidates can view the newly created or updated information that match the search criteria provided during the feed subscription directly on the RSS Feeds reader.

RSS Feeds can be used by employers, to broadcast jobs in right places via using social networking sites such Twitter to attract good candidates. Recruiters looking for an expanded talent pool can use social networks to place job advertisements in these sites and reach millions of candidates in minutes.

Many social networking sites such as Twitter now have a capability to display the feed content in their respective websites. The document available with this note details the configuration steps involved in importing the feed content into the respective sites.

Scope

Audience

  • Support teams
  • Functional consultants
  • Implementers

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