- Explanation of terms
- Behavior in the system
- How our customers it
- Further articles to the topic
Explanation of terms
By creating and using different working hours, you can, for example, differentiate between Full-time and Part-time positions in the job opening. Applicants can also see at a glance whether the working hours include the desired model if these are stored as placeholders in the job ad template.
Working Times are maintained in the master data. You can store as many as you like.
You will find the following working times in your d.vinci when the system is delivered:
- Marginal Employment
Behavior in the system
- Working Times can be added in the job opening/ hiring request. More than one value can be selected.
- Through the field schema configuration in the advertisement / hiring request, the working time field can be shown and hidden, as well as determined as a mandatory field.
- The working time can be used as a placeholder (advertisement - working time) in job advertisement templates and correspondence templates.
- If job ads are transferred to Stepstone via an interface, Stepstone reads the value and displays it at the top under the title as an icon with text. Example: Full-time. Other job boards also read out the value if necessary. For the use of Google for Jobs the working time is a field, which Google requires. Without this, your job ads may not be displayed on Google for Jobs.
- In reports, the working time can be viewed per advertisement.
- Data on working time can be evaluated via the oData Reporting API.
How our customers it
Our customers select working hours full time and part time for almost all job postings. For some job boards such as Stepstone or Google for Jobs, this is even mandatory and therefore stored as a required field when creating a job posting.