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2070171 - Configuring - Manage Calibration Settings - Calibration

Symptom

  • This article reviews managing Calibration settings

Environment

  • Calibration

Resolution

  • Admin Tools > Calibration > Manage Calibration Settings

 

Permissions subtab

    From this screen you will see the available roles that you can set permissions for.

  • Session in progress. Read - Write - Finalize for each role.
  • Approved session. Read for each role.
  • Roles you can permission are Facilitator, Owner, Participant, Co-Facilitator.

 

Manager Template subtab

  • Choose a calibration template, which can be used in pm2 team overview page to launch calibration session.

 

Search Result Fields subtab

  • From this screen you have the option to define which fields will return in the search results within the manage calibration sessions tool. While all of these fields can returned in the search to help those setting up calibration sessions to know exactly who they are selecting, you may want to also define which of the search fields return by default. Simply check the boxes next to each and click save. If you do not mark the field as default, those who are setting up calibration sessions can configure the search to show those fields on their own.

 

Global Settings subtab

    From this screen you can

  • Enable Enforce Comment Option In Views
    • Forces your users to enter a comment when calibrating employees
       
  • Enable Manager Calibration Session 
    • Allows managers to initiate Calibration sessions on their own.
       
  • Show In-Progress Calibration Ratings In Live Profile 
    • Select if you want to publish Calibration ratings as they are happening, and before finalization, in the Live Profile.
       
  • Enable Reverse Scale
    • Select if you need to calibrate using a reverse rating scale method.

Keywords

KBA , sf calibration manage settings , LOD-SF-PM-CAL , PM-Calibration Issues Specific to PM Forms , How To

Product

SAP SuccessFactors HCM Core all versions