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2081506 - Permissions feature overview - Recruiting

Symptom

  • How can I know exactly what the fields in Recruiting Permissions do when checked?

Environment

  • Recruiting Management.

Resolution

The Recruiting Permissions option in the Admin Tools has the objective of granting or removing certain privileges for the end user.

Please see below how to grant access to the feature:

  • Non-RBP Customers: Admin Tools > Recruiting > Recruiting Permissions
  • RBP Customers: No special configuration needed, any user with Manage Permission Roles access may adjust the settings in Recruiting Permissions

 

Below are all the 23 boxes and their corresponding explanations.

Recruiting features that can be permissioned to users

Grants

Report Permission

Access to the “Reports” link on the Recruiting tab

Source Quality Portlet Permission

Access to the “Source” sub-tab on the Recruiting tab

Standalone Search Permission

Access to the “Candidates” tab and candidate search, whether or not the user has an open requisition

Candidate Search Within Job Requisition

Access to the “Candidates” tab and candidate search only if the user has an open requisition (contrary to the intuitive interpretation of the option, this does not allow the user to search only within candidates that have already applied to the requisition; that functionality is not presently supported)

Candidate Tagging Permission

Ability to add tags to a candidate and/or applicant

Grant eQuest Job Postings Permission

Ability to post to third party job boards via eQuest (eQuest must be enabled and configured, and external user accounts must be properly loaded for the users receiving the permission)

Jobs Applied Portlet Permission

Access to view the Jobs Applied portlet on the Candidate Profile and Application records

SFAPI Insert Candidate Permission

 

 

Provides the user the ability to access and perform this action on Candidate Profiles (typically only granted to a dummy user set up specifically for integration purposes)

 

SFAPI Update Candidate Permission

SFAPI Retrieve Candidate Permission

SFAPI Insert Job Application Permission

Provides the user the ability to access and perform this action on Applications (typically only granted to a dummy user set up specifically for integration purposes)

SFAPI Update Job Application Permission

SFAPI Retrieve Job Application Permission

SFAPI Insert Job Requisition Permission

Provides the user the ability to access and perform this action on Requisitions (typically only granted to a dummy user set up specifically for integration purposes)

SFAPI Update Job Requisition Permission

SFAPI Upsert Job Requisition Permission

SFAPI Retrieve Job Requisition Permission

SFAPI Insert Job Code Permission

Provides the user the ability to access and perform this action on Requisition Job Code Entity fields (typically only granted to a dummy user set up specifically for integration purposes)

SFAPI Update Job Code Permission

SFAPI Upsert Job Code Permission

SFAPI Retrieve Job Code Permission

SFAPI Retrieve Job Posting Permission

Provides the user the ability to access and perform this action on Requisition Job Postings (typically only granted to a dummy user set up specifically for integration purposes)

SFAPI Retrieve Assessment Order Permission

Provides the user the ability to access and perform this action on Application Assessments (typically only granted to a dummy user set up specifically for integration purposes)

SFAPI Update Assessment Report Permission

SFAPI Retrieve Job Applicant Permission

Careers Tab Permission

Provides the user access to the Careers tab. This permission is granted automatically to all newly-created users. It is only necessary to adjust this permission if the user is re-activated (in a non-RBP environment) or if the client wishes to restrict access to the careers tab to a given population of employees

Keywords

KBA , sf recruiting reports , LOD-SF-RCM , Recruiting Management , How To

Product

SAP SuccessFactors HCM Core all versions