Employers On-Line: Logging in for the first time
How to log into Employers on-line for the first time.
Provides directions for first-time users
Your account should have been set up with an email address and password to access the Employers On-Line Services.
You will need to check your email - there should be an email in your inbox asking you to verify your account. You will need to click on the link in that email to activate your account; this must be done within 24 hours of receiving the email, otherwise it will expire and you will need to contact the person who set up your account.
An example of the email is shown below:
Changing your password
After logging in for the first time, you will be prompted to change your password.
Enter the new password in both the 'Password' and 'Re-type password' fields shown and then select the 'Submit' button.
The new password must be at least 7 characters in length and contain characters from at least 3 of the following categories:
- upper case letters (e.g. ABC)
- lower case letters (e.g. abc)
- numbers (e.g. 123)
- punctuation and special characters (e.g. @$%).
Once the password is set, the homepage will be displayed.
The Home page
The "Home" link will return you to the Home Page from any page in the system.
The "Candidate Searches" link will take you to the Candidate Searches for your organisation.
The "Users" link will take you to the Users Page for your organisation which allows you to change your own details. People with administration access can also change the details of others in their organisation from the "Users" page.
Click the "Help" link if you get stuck when using the system.
The "Logout" link will log you out of the system.
Create a new search by clicking on the "Add Search" link.
The "View" link in the row labelled 'Searches where no matches have been found after 30 days' takes you to your open, or current, searches that have had no matches after 30 days.
The "View" link in the row labelled "Open searches with no matches" takes you to your open, or current, searches that have had no matches.
The "View" link in the row labelled "Searches open for more than 30 days" takes you to your open, or current, searches that have been open for 30 days or more.
The "Open" link will take you to the searches that are currently running for your organisation.
The "Cancelled" link will take you to the cancelled, searches for your organisation. Searches can be cancelled by Work and Income only.
The "Closed" link will take you to the closed searches for your organisation. Searches may be closed after they have been open for more than 6 weeks, when a candidate is hired, or they may be manually closed.