With this enhancement, once a candidate is hired, documents uploaded to a candidate's profile by a recruiter, or documents uploaded to the application by the candidate, are automatically transferred the new hire's Universal Profile Snapshot Document tab.
Documents only display if the candidate's application is in Hired status.
The following document types can now be configured for automatic display on the Universal Profile:
- Cover letter
- Flattened application
- Additional application documents uploaded by the candidate during the application
- Documents added to the candidate’s profile by a recruiter
- All uploaded documents are marked as uploaded by Cornerstone Admin.
- A user with appropriate permissions and the Owner role, can delete documents from the Universal Profile folders. The deleted document remains in Recruiting on the candidate's My Jobs page or the applicant's profile page.
An administrator must configure the document folders that display on the Universal Profile. To configure the document folders, go to See General Preferences (by Division).
How Does this Enhancement Benefit My Organization?
- Reference letters are not included in this release.
- If a document is accidentally deleted from a folder, contact GCS to restore it to the folder.
This functionality is automatically enabled for all organizations using the Recruiting module.
The following existing permissions apply to this functionality:
|PERMISSION NAME||PERMISSION DESCRIPTION||CATEGORY|
|Snapshot Documents - View||Grants ability to view the Documents widget and subpage within the Universal Profile - Snapshot page. This permission can be constrained by Employee Relationship, OU, User's OU, User's Self and Subordinates, User, User's Self, User's Manager, User's Superiors, User's Subordinates, and User's Direct Reports. This is an end user permission.||Universal Profile|
|Snapshot Main - View||Enables user to view the Snapshot page for users within their permission constraints. This permission can be constrained by Employee Relationship, OU, User's OU, User Self and Subordinates, User, User's Self, User's Manager, User's Superiors, User's Subordinates, and User's Direct Reports. Best Practice: For most users, this permission should be constrained by User Self and Subordinates.||Universal Profile|