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Explanation of terms 

Benefits are advantages that a company offers its employees in addition to their salary in order to make them more attractive as an employer.

These can be means of transportation (company car, job bike, etc.) or subsidies for public transport as well as financial incentives (Christmas bonus), capital-forming benefits, free fresh fruit or drinks at the workplace, or any other form of additional benefits.

In d.vinci you can create benefits as master data and select them in publications or publication templates and present them in the job advertisement. For the visual representation, d.vinci uses the free version of Font Awesome.


Behavior in the system 

When benefits are created, they are sorted alphabetically. Another sorting is not possible.

Benefits always consist of a name, which is displayed to the candidate, an icon and an optional description text. 

Benefits can be inserted as a placeholder (Publication - Benefits or Publication - Benefits (List)) in the job advertisement template. If benefits are then selected when a job publication is created, they become visible to the applicant in the job ad

At StepStone and other job boards, the benefit icons can sometimes not be displayed. It is recommended to select the placeholder Publication - Benefits (List). 

Filtering by benefits is not possible. 

An evaluation of the benefits is not possible in the reporting.  

This is how our customers use it

Our customers create many different benefits. 

They maintain these in publication templates so that they can always insert a set of benefits when creating a publication and do not have to collect them individually. Publication templates then contain standard benefits that the company always offers, such as training and development, health management and modern office space. In addition, the template is supplemented with benefits specific to the type of jobs, such as: Company cell phone, Company car, etc. 

There is also an option to make the benefits fixed in the job ad templates and remove the selection in the publication. However, by doing so, you lose flexibility. 

You will then only have a benefit distinction at the job ad template level and not at the publication level.