Form flows are a process or journey that a candidate follows in order to provide the information that you require. This may be as part of an application process, where you gather the details of the candidates history and experience, or even an onboarding process where you gather all of your new starter requirements.
Flows can be configured to take place during any stage of your recruitment process through, so you are not limited to gathering information only at application or onbaording - you can even set up action flows to be triggered on the back of a successful interview, for example.
Flows can include conditions, so that the information you gather can be dependant on the type of candidate or the type of vacancy the candidate is applying for - this means you can ensure that you capture all of the relevant information for different departments, business areas or functions within your organisation. You can even change the requirements for internal or external candidates.
Let's look at an example.
My organisation has three different application forms, for different departments across the business. Using Form Flows, I can create a flow which allows me to specify under which criteria each application form should be used.
This means that as a candidate applies, the system knows which application form to make available to the candidate, based on the conditions set within the flow.
We can even add multiple forms into the flow, as well as different conditions - this allows you to create complex processes to ensure that based on your requirements, the candidate provides all of the information you need. The example below see all applicants complete the initial personal details and equal ops form, before then conditioning based on the vacancy function. It also includes an additional condition, allowing the applicant to opt in or out of a video interview.