After posting a job in RCM (Recruiting Management) for a specific Brand the job doesn't appear on the RMK (Recruiting Marketing) Career Site.
Brands are enabled in RMK during the implementation process. For sites with multiple brands configured, you can set up different colors, images, and fonts for each brand in the Global Styles menu of Career Site Builder (CSB). The best practice to integrate RCM and RMK (Recruiting Marketing) is to use a picklist field in RCM for Brands.
This article presents important recommendations about Brand integration between RCM and RMK.
- SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Marketing
- SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Management
Reproducing the Issue
- Map the picklist created to select Brands to the Brand field in RMK
- Create a Job Requisition in RCM
- Select the Brand
- Post the job externally to RMK
- The job is not searchable for this specific Brand in RMK
Brand name is mismatched between RCM and RMK.
The recommended characters to use in a Brand field are : letters in lower case (a-z) , letters in uppercase (A-Z), numbers (0-9) hyphen (-) and underscore (_)
WARNING: Most foreign and special characters will not work correctly. Spaces are not supported either.
Note : If you are using a picklist to select a Brand in a job requisition, make sure the selected label matches the URL Brand Identifier from the Brand created in RMK.
2557601 - Recruiting Integration - RCM-RMK Fields for Job Data Mapping - Recruiting Marketing
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