Tendo Jobs uses technology called "crawlers". "Crawler" is a generic term for any program (such as a robot or spider) which is used to automatically discover and scan company websites by following links from one webpage to another. Tendo Job's main crawler is called Tendobot. You may see common Tendo Jobs crawlers in your web server referrer logs which look like; "Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Tendobot/1.1; +https://www.tendojobs.com/tendobot/)".

About Tendobot

Tendobot is designed to make life as easy as possible for both job hunters and employers. Many employers never build a successful recruitment pipeline, which often leads to very little or poor quality applicants applying for vacancies on their own website due to the last minute nature of recruitment. On the flip side, many job hunters are looking to work for companies where their skills, knowledge and experience is best suited yet struggle to find work due to employers not promoting their vacancies very well. The result? Job hunters complain they can't find any jobs, while employers complain they can't find any suitable candidates.

Tendobot is super smart. So smart that it is capable of identifying the skills, knowledge and experience that companies need from their staff, both now and in the future. This allows us to match active job hunters with relevant companies when they are searching for jobs and companies on Tendo Jobs. Tendobot uses sophisticated Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning algorithms which allows companies and employers to build a successful recruitment pipeline to improve their recruitment process. It's like having job hunters on tap for when you need them.

What Tendobot Crawls

Tendobot is only interested in the key information on your website, so JavaScript, CSS and image files are currently ignored. To ensure Tendobot can effectively crawl your website, stick within the best practice web design principles of Progressive Enhancement, specifically relevant for websites that heavily rely on JavaScript technologies. Learn more about Progressive Enhancement if you are unfamiliar with the concept.