Dice Makes Emails Anonymous by Default

Private Email

Dice added an anonymous email feature that allows candidates and employers to keep their identity private until they’re comfortable enough to, well, open their kimono.

Dice Private Email automatically hides each candidate’s personal email address when they make their profile visible. In addition, job seekers can unsubscribe from messages they deem irrelevant, and also note why they thought the message wasn’t right for them. Over time, the system uses that feedback to refine which opportunities users see.

The feedback is also shared with employers, along with metrics that detail how successful their messages are at connecting with target candidates.

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Customers can reach Private Email addresses from within their ATS or email system, and also send, read or reply to messages as they have previously.

Private Email’s launch comes less than a month after Dice integrated TalentSearch into its job management interface. The integration allows recruiters and hiring managers to post jobs, source candidates and manage applications by way of a single workflow, the company said.

TalentSearch also provides direct ATS integrations to support recruiters existing processes.

In December, Dice launched Applications Management, a portal that lets users manage jobs throughout the posting and hiring processes. The rollout capped a year of improvements to the product’s user experience for recruiters. At the time Christian Dwyer, chief product officer for Dice parent DHI Group, said 2019’s work had “bolstered our existing proprietary technology skills taxonomy that helps match candidates to jobs.”

Disclaimer: Mark Feffer was Dice’s managing editor and now contributes to Dice Insights.

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