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There are two options while we create jobs for hiring team. One is Hiring Manager and one is interviewer. What is the difference between the roles for these two.
In terms of right, differences between hiring managers and interviewers are:
-Hiring manager: Hiring Manager role can create jobs and update jobs that they previously created. Hiring managers can also perform actions on the applications that are associated with that job.
-Interviewer: Interviewer role can view the job details and applicant data for jobs that they are on the hiring team for. For those jobs, interviewers can also make hiring recommendations and provide feedback about candidates. However, they can't update the job details or applicant data.
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Here are some practical examples. Lets say:
Emp A - Somebody belongs to HR department. Can be a Recruiter or HR administrator or HR assistant or HR Manager in your company
Emp B - Head of operations (department head or practice manager)
Emp C - Line manager or Senior Technician or Senior Operator or someone who directly or indirectly reports to Emp B
Emp A is Recruiter who have complete access to Attract functionality and monitors the applications/applicants and sees what to do next or whom to follow up and takes it to on-boarding once selected. Works in-line with the hiring manager.
Emp B: Knows how many are required to be recruited in his division or department. Screens the applicants, takes feedback from interviewers and finalizes whether to give heads-up or not. Hez the decision maker.
Emp C: Who will be part of interview panel and provides the availability time for interview, provides feedback and thats it.
Others plz suggest if I missed anything or correct me if am wrong.
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