Modular Offer Letters (Early Adopter) - Overview
The Modular Offer Letters functionality is a simplified approach to offer letters, providing a new user interface (UI) for creating both templates and offer letters. Administrators can create custom snippets of text and add the sections to templates. This lets recruiters pick and choose relevant content when creating offer letters and provides pre-formatted content to suit unique scenarios and serve general offer letter needs.
Administrators should see a reduction in the amount of offer letter templates they need to maintain, and recruiters should find the modular offer letter process more intuitive, resulting in an improved experience for both.
This functionality is Early Adopter and must be self-enabled from the Feature Activation Preferences page.
The following permissions apply to this functionality:
|PERMISSION NAME||PERMISSION DESCRIPTION||CATEGORY|
|Offer Letter Template Management - View||Grants ability to access and view Offer Letter Template Management. This permission can be constrained by OU and User's OU. Creator constraints apply. This is an administrator permission.||Recruiting Administration|
|Offer: Manage Offers||
Grants ability to manage all functionality available in the Offer Letter Management table of an applicant's profile, as well as view offer letters on the Documents tab of the Applicant Profile page. This permission must be used in conjunction with the Requisition: Manage or Requisition: Owner permission. This permission cannot be constrained.
Note: Users must also be assigned the Offer: Edit Letter Content permission in order to edit offer letters that are generated from a template.
Note: Users must also be assigned the Offer: Select Letter Template to change the template that is used when generating offer letters.
Note: Users must also be assigned the Applicants: Access Sensitive Statuses permission to access offer letters that are defined as sensitive.
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