An overview of company org structures
As part of Nested Profiles, we created a new page dedicated to the organization structure of a company for job seekers to find information about the types of divisions and subsidiaries that a parent company had.
Profiles for divisions
We created profiles for divisions so employers could tailor their branding for their divisions and jobseekers would see a more refined content for that division. Division profiles were nested under parent profiles to highlight the relationship and allow users to see the breadth of the organization.
With division profiles, we gathered all content for that division into one profile. This made it easier for jobseekers to find the relevant content for the division of their interest.
We created contextual hooks in the content pages to link between the division profiles to make these profiles more discoverable.
Jobs at Related Companies
To help employers promote jobs across subsidiaries, we created a module that would pull in jobs from sister companies. This was especially useful for jobseekers when search queries came up empty.
This solved 2 problems: preventing a complete dead end for users in empty search result scenarios and helping employers cross-promote jobs.
Managing the nested profiles
Though the primary problem was focused on the jobseeker experience, employers also needed a way to manage their nested and linked profiles in the product. We created a new organization structure management page within the new employer center so employers could manage and link their affiliated companies and divisions.