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3249014 - Preventing Users from Raising Job Requisition from Position with incorrect Job Requisition Templates - Recruiting Management


This article intends to demonstrate how to prevent users from selecting incorrect template when raising a Job Requisition through Position.

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NOTE: This article aims to instruct how users can leverage their processes using Business Rules but the results of the following steps can differ depending on specific system configurations and definitions. If you have any questions, please contact your Implementation Partner. As each system has its own set of conditions while creating a Job Requisition through Position, it's not possible to provide a steps-by-steps on how to implement this scenario. 

To prevent users from selecting an incorrect Job Requisition template when creating a vacancy through Position, you need to create a condition inside the "Field Mapping Rule to Create Job Requisition from Position" rule. This condition must use the Raise Message function to throw a popup message to the users and inform that the template is not correct.

Here's an example of the condition you can create:

Notice above that if the "To Be Hired" value, from the Position, is equal to "Yes" and the selected template is "Standard Job Requisition", the user will receive an error message type and the system will prevent the user from moving forward.

See Also

  • 2453261 - When Creating a Job Requisition from the Position Org Chart can you Permission the field on the Pop Up Window - RCM
  • 2878365 - Position Management in Recruiting - Implementation Tips & Tricks from Support - Recruiting Management


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