3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 31, 2013 6:03 AM by Vigneswar Battu RSS

    Hire multiple employees against a vacancy

    Saurabh K

      Gurus,

       

      I have a requirement wherein client is asking for :

       

      For the same job with different positions, can the same vacancy be used? Can we hire multiple employees against that vacancy?

      What is the seeded behaviour of iRecruitment vis-a-vis vacancy ?

       

       

      Regards,

      Saurabh

        • 1. Re: Hire multiple employees against a vacancy
          Vigneswar Battu

          When creating a vacancy you can enter a number against the number of openings field.

          Did you try that ?

           

          Cheers,

          Vignesh

          • 2. Re: Hire multiple employees against a vacancy
            Saurabh K

            Hi Vignesh,

             

            Thanks for your prompt reply.

             

            But i think , number of openings specifies how many vacancies can be opened (approved state) for a specified position.

            When you create a vacancy , you specify position against which you are creating the vacancy. In this case, I need something like this:

            Create a vacancy and that vacancy should be tagged to different positions.Is this feasible ?

            But my question is somewhat different, For the same job with different positions, can the same vacancy be used? Also can we hire multiple employees for that vacancy.

            • 3. Re: Hire multiple employees against a vacancy
              Vigneswar Battu

              Hi Saurabh,

               

              I'm afraid you cannot have more than one position for a vacancy.

              Same with Job, HR-Org, location etc..

               

              If you see the table PER_ALL_VACANCIES, you will notice the columns position_id, job_id, organization_id.

              So each IRCxxxx can only have one value for position, job, org etc..

               

              You will have to create separate vacancies for each position.

               

              Cheers,

              Vignesh