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Improving Offer Acceptance Rates

Harness the power of Newton to kickstart your offer process. This month, we’ll take you on a tour of our Offer Approval tool and Newton’s co-founder, Joel Passen, will share insider secrets on how to win more of your job offers.

NEWTON CUSTOMERS – Join us for all 5 sessions in March! 

Wednesday, March 2: Job Approval
Leave your paper process behind with Job Approval. Create a customized system for anyone in your organization to request a new job opening and track the progress in Newton.

Wednesday, March 9: Offer Approval
Back by popular demand! Allow hiring managers and supervisors to request an offer for a candidate in Newton. Track the offer approval process to ensure that key people in your company can review, then approve or deny an offer.

Wednesday, March 16: Email Templates
Create email templates for those emails you tend to send over and over again, like phone screen requests, interview confirmations, and directions to the office. Learn how set up custom email templates and share them with others in your company.

Wednesday, March 23: EEO Overview
Applicant flow logs, hired/offers logs, reasons for non-selection for every applicant, minimum requirements for every job. As a hiring professional, you have a lot of information to keep track of. Newton makes it easy to collect and report all of your EEO data.

Wednesday, March 30: Improve Offer Acceptance Rates
Join Newton’s Co-Founder and resident recovering recruiter, Joel Passen, as he shares insider secrets on how to close more of your job offers.

Expert Sessions run 30-45 min and begin at 11am PST (2pm EST) every Wednesday.

What are Expert Sessions?
Expert Sessions are designed to help you get the most out of Newton. Each week, our experts highlight a different feature and offer tips and tricks to show you how you and your team can continue to leverage Newton to further improve your hiring process.

Who should attend?
Expert Sessions are recommended for Administrator and Staffing Users of Newton. Registration is free. If you are unable to attend an Expert Session and would like more information on that week’s topic, please contact

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