Hire’s approval features give you more control over jobs and offers. Job req approvals require job creators to get approval before publishing any job to your company career site and any external jobs sites. Offer approvals require members of a hiring team to get approval for an uploaded offer letter before sending it to a candidate.
To use job req or offer approvals, they will need to be turned on by a system admin. Users will have the option to choose anyone as an approver.
As soon as job req approvals is turned on:
- All new jobs will require approval before they can be published.
- Approvers will receive an email notification that they need to approve new or modified jobs and offers.
- Changing certain fields will unpublish a job and require it to be reapproved
- If you turn off job req approvals, pending approval requests will be canceled and its status will be changed to "open."
Things to know before turning on job req approvals
Approvers will need to respond to email notifications to approve new or modified jobs
All new jobs will require approval before they can be published
Any job created after job req approvals is turned on will need to be approved by all approvers before it can be published.
Changing certain fields may require reapproval
Admins can manage the approval settings for custom and standard job fields in the admin settings. Learn more.
If you edit a field value that requires reapproval:
Pending approval requests for the job will be canceled and you will need to submit a new approval request once you've finished your changes.
Jobs with an "open" status will change to "draft". If the job was published, it will be unpublished from the career site and from Hire's job feeds for third party sites like Glassdoor or Monster. Once you've finished your changes, you will need to get approval before the job status will return to "open" and the job can be republished.
Choose which fields are required
When job approvals are turned on, admins can choose which custom and standard job fields are required to request approval, and which are required for reapproval if edited. Learn more about setting up custom fields.