An item that is active (not archived or deleted). Candidates, requisitions, employees, and performance evaluations can be in Active status.
A user of the system that has full access.
In Performance Management, this is an individual who is responsible for giving scores on an evaluation. This can be the main supervisor, the employee themselves, or a shared appraiser.
A user must approve an item. In Performance Management, this is a user that must approve or reject a review after it has been completed.
An item that is in deep storage. For example, candidates and employees can be archived but can be reactivated at a later time.
A group of supplemental questions that go at the end of a job application that can be used to score applicants.
Basic Minimum Qualifications (BMQ)
A question inside of an assessment can be marked as a basic minimum qualification. If the candidate responds favorably they will be marked as meeting the BMQ.
The pop-up screen when you pull up a candidate’s information for a particular requisition.
Categories that can be defined by administrators to help classify and organize candidates.
The area where you manage candidates.
The location from where a candidate applies. For example, if the candidate found the job posting through Indeed, their source will show as Indeed.
The disposition of the candidate. This is defined by a system administrator.
This is whether or not a candidate is internal or external. If the candidate applies through the career portal, they are an external candidate. If they applied through the employee portal, they are an internal candidate. Based on your processes and system configuration, you may not be classifying your candidates this way.
In Onboarding, these are sections of a plan that can be customized.
The employment record and/or user record for a particular person.
The area where you manage employees.
A user in Applicant Tracking who can be routed candidates for review.
Job Feedback Provider
A user in Application Tracking who can be routed a job description for review.
The area where you manage your job library and job descriptions.
Job Requisition Approver
A user in Application Tracking who can request a new requisition, approver requests, or approve a posting.
In Onboarding, you can configure onboarding plans based on jobs.
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Administrators can define a set of locations to be used for requisitions and for employees.
In Onboarding, a locked onboarding plan means that the new employee cannot make changes to it. In Performance Management, a locked review means that factors cannot be added, deleted, or modified on the review.
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The initiative of bringing on a new employee and preparing them to start their new position.
A group of forms, videos, and information that are delivered to a new employee electronically.
A candidate that has signed up to receive job alerts.
In Application Tracking, this is a score that is assigned to a candidate. It can be a hiring manager score or an overall score depending on who you are. In Performance Management, this is an evaluation located on a review given by an appraiser.
An initiative to collect candidates. This item controls the job posting and what it looks like, when candidates can apply, and where candidates can apply from.
The length of the review. Can be monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual.
The options are Open and Closed.
In Applicant Tracking, this is the score a candidate received from the assessment questions.
Items marked sensitive are only viewable by administrators.
An individual required to score an evaluation for which they are not the main supervisor.
An individual that has employees who report to them.
The act of removing routing. This will remove the item that has been sent.
The act of removing a relationship between two items.
A job application that was started but not submitted.
In Onboarding, this is an individual who has been assigned tasks and is responsible for completing the task.
In Onboarding, this is a set of tasks that are required to be done when an employee for a particular job is brought on board.