This article explains the behavior of required fields in a job application.
SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting Management
Open Candidate record -> change status drop down -> Save Flow --> Changing an applicant status in this way requires all required fields on the application visible to this operator in this status to be filled in. (Please refer handbook for more information)
Move candidate from action drop down or drag & drop action flow --> Changing an applicant status in this way required fields not validated and candidate successfully moved as per design
Please note that in this configuration, the required field is for the operator and not for the candidate. If the required field is intended for the candidate, the field should be set as public = true. This field will be enforced and the operator will not be allowed to move the candidate in anyway until this field is already filled out.
Normal Application with Multistage:
Multistage environment in any flow, all required fields for all operators must be filled out before a recruiting user can successfully change the applicant’s status to any In Progress status. An applicant can be moved to a disqualification status at any point, regardless of whether or not required fields are completed.
Late Stage applicant:
Open Candidate record -> change status drop down -> Save Flow --> Public field is visible/editable by both the candidate and operator, for a late stage application, this field should not be validated while moving the candidate to another status. Non-public field is visible/editable only by the operator, for late stage application, this should be validated.
Move candidate from action drop down --> Changing an applicant status in this way required fields not validated and candidate successfully moved as per design
After candidate applied, it will work based on provisioning setting multistage or single stage application.
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