You have a workshop on the introduction of d.vinci coming up soon and would like an agenda?

We can totally understand that you would like to have a rough schedule to help you plan your participants, but we would like to be fully focused on you and your needs.
Every company is different, needs different advice/different configuration and places different emphasis on issues affecting the system. Our consultants adapt to what you need in the workshop and do not follow a strict plan. Of course, you can be sure that all the important topics will be covered, so that you are best prepared to make the final adjustments to the system after the workshop and to test the system before you go live. 

Roughly, each workshop follows this workflow: 

Part 1 - Configuring the system / teaching the basics

  • Welcome / round of introductions / aims of the event
  • Short presentation of the system
  • Clarification of your recruiting structures in terms of processes and your needs regarding the system
  • Basic configuration
  • Build organisational structure
  • Create users / user groups
  • Create application status with deletion periods, automatic status changes and task definitions
  • Create roles and permissions
  • Configuration of workflow and processes

Part 2 - Configuration of all elements required for the application process

  • Clarification of open questions
  • Create correspondences
  • Hiring requests (in case of interest in the function)
  • Job opening and publications incl. layout, media and job advertisement templates
  • Application questionnaires / feedback forms / questionnaires to be sent out
  • Application portals / interfaces to job platforms
  • Viewing, managing and forwarding applications
  • Corresponding with applicants

Part 3 - Free part

  • Clarification of open questions
  • Simulation of a job application process or daily business and/or practical exercises 
  • Tips and tricks
  • Discussion of homework / follow-up

You may be surprised that after a comprehensive workshop you still receive homework or tasks for follow-up.
In the rarest of cases, all the necessary content can be stored directly during the workshop.
Often, additional users, correspondence templates, images, job openings, etc. have to be added before a start is possible.
At the end of the workshop, we discuss with you what else you need to do before you go online with the first job advertisements on your website.