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|Term||Use||Explanation / definition||Note|
|User roles||Applicant management & Employee management|| Applicant management:
The user role is the most important setting in the user profile and determines which pages a user can open in the applicant management system. See also User roles in the applicant management.
|Duplicate check||Applicant management & Employee management||The duplicate check is to be avoided, that application data is recorded twice. The system checks automatically whether the input data matches that already entered for an applicant. If this occurs, the system provides appropriate proposals. See: Duplicate check|
|Dynamic questions||Applicant management & Employee management|| Applicant management:
Dynamic questions are used with applications in applicant management for the selection process, the use of an internal list of criteria and for the Assessment .
|Module||Applicant management & Employee management||A module is a function module of software. You will find Modules and accesses under Settings. Depending on the role, you can choose which modules should apply by default when entering a new person in the application. If you click on the pen next to the titles of the two categories, the individual modules can be turned on or off with "Yes" and "No". For further explanations regarding umantis modules, go to Access to modules.|
|Succession (module)||Employee management|| Successor planning allows you to plan future hirings and as such its purpose is to be a preventative instrument that promises the future success potential for the company. By showing the development capabilities of potential successors, future perspectives for the employees can be clearly illustrated and a qualified successor can also be ensured.
See: Succession module
|Succession planning||Employee management|| Succession planning allows the precautionary planning of the new staffing of jobs. The goal of succession planning is to minimize the unfilled position risk. In particular with respect to jobs defined as critical key positions , early succession planning is critical. Succession planning is primarily based on the company's objectives and the requirements for (future) skills. First, the objectives are determined and the conditions are clarified (e.g., budget constraints), which then form the basis for subsequent action planning.
See: Succession planning
|Role Group||Employee management||You can specify role groups - or summarize several roles and authorize it for certain actions, such as for special adaptations of views|
|Top navigation||Applicant management & Employee management||The top navigation is located in your umantis solution top right.|