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Create consistency in hiring standards
Use a job description's evolution to ensure consistency in the qualifications & skills required for a role over time. This promotes fair and standardized hiring practices
Align evolving responsibilities with market rates
Use version history to understand how a role has changed and ensure that compensation is aligned with market rates as the role changes.
Key features of Mosh JD's version history
Edits are date, time, & user stamped
All changes made by an administrator & suggestions approved by collaborators are date and time stamped to include the name of the party who made the change as sub versions until the JD is published.
Exporting capabilities & restrictions
Job descriptions are always available to export at any time in multiple formats. Draft versions, however, will come with a "draft" watermark to ensure unpublished JDs are not used mistakenly.
Published vs draft versions
Mosh JD keeps the job description in a draft version until you decide it is ready to be published. This way, users always know which version is ready for use and which is still being developed.
Full audit trails and historic exports
Mosh JD provides a fully exportable version history report to provide users with a comprehensive audit trail.
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