Before the requisition is created, the recruiting user is presented with a short requisition create page to collect some essential details. This page is automatically assembled so it is not possible to add or remove fields from the page, or to re-order the content.
Based on this scenario a job requisition gets approved with an estimated Due Date. However, if for some reason the job requisition takes to long to be approved it is possible to make this Due Date option available in the requisition itself in order to extend the date.
- SuccessFactors Recruiting Management (RCM)
in order to capture the Due Date on the requisition the job requisition template should be modified for this purpose. Below is the exact field definition to be added in the Job Requisition template of your instance to have this option available:
<field-definition id="formDueDate" type="date" required="true" custom="false">
<field-label><![CDATA[Form Due Date]]></field-label>
<field-label lang="de_DE_SF"><![CDATA[Form Due Date]]></field-label>
<field-description><![CDATA[Form Due Date]]></field-description>
Please raise an SCR (Software Change Request) incident to Cloud Product Support if you want to get the field configured as shown above.
Please note that if you use the "formDueDate" field, you may need to create an email notification for the hiring manager to notify that the Due date has been changed. You can do that in Admin Center >> Recruiting Email Triggers >> Requisition Changed trigger.
This field can also be used to send requisition approval reminder notifications using the Document Due Notification template in Admin Center >> E-Mail Notification Templates Settings.
Note that formDueDate it's a standard field ID that cannot be disabled. This field will still show on the short requisition create page even if this field is not configured on the Requisition XML.
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