A custom filter created to search job postings is not returning any jobs, even although there are jobs meeting the criteria.
SuccessFactors Recruiting Management (RCM) - All versions
Usually, this is caused by the wrong configuration in JRDM.
When a custom filter is created, sometimes on the Job Requisition Template the field being used might be a custom picklist using the same picklist ID, where it should be the custom filter.
Job Requisition Template has a field called "requiredTravel" (labeled: Travel Requirements) and it is uses a picklist called "travel", and this information needs to be made filterable in career site.
A new filter is created (filter1), configured in provisioning to be called "Travel Requirements", and it will use the picklist called "travel".
1. Verify if the field being used in JRDM is the specific filter, and not another custom picklist with same label;
2. Confirm if the filter is being filled when creating the Job Requisition, or any other field with similar name/label;
3. Make sure the filter field is being used correctly (According to Implementation Guide).
Standard Field ID: filter1-15
Field Type: picklist
- Can be made searchable on candidate-facing career sites
- If searchable, appears in other requisition search dialogue boxes, such as Forward Candidate to Requisition search
- Should be configured as required, and use a picklist value of N/A or similar if clients want to be optional. Leaving this field unrequired can cause grey Application Error pop ups in unexpected places
- Labels and picklist associations must be configured in Provisioning > Internal and External Applicant Status Settings
- Should have a picklist defined in the XML even though the controlling picklist is set up in Provisioning. This will produce a warning message upon XML upload but will not block upload. XML picklist definition is necessary for some token rendering, report rendering and API interaction
- Supports cascading (parent-child) picklists up to six levels deep
*Keep in mind that, if multiple templates for Job Requisitions are being used, changes will have to be made in all of them;
**Also keep in mind that, those changes will take effect on newly created Job Requisitions; For older Job Requisitions, the information in this newly created filter must be entered on each one.
Following Example Above:
"Filter1" must be added in JRDM to replace the "requiredTravel" to be searchable.
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