Talenture RS enables creating 2 different types of tasks for tracking your work: stand-alone Tasks and Followup Tasks. This article explains the differences between the 2 types of tasks, details stored by each and their relationship to each other.
Task-related functionality is integrated throughout Talenture RS for effective work management and tracking. The following types of tasks can be created:
- Stand-alone Tasks
- Followup Tasks
1.0 Stand-alone Tasks
These are tasks that you create for any work item you need to track as part of your recruitment work and are not linked to the workflow actions you perform on candidates shortlisted for Jobs.
You can create stand-alone tasks from the following places:
- Main App Bar
- List views such as 'Added/Refreshed Candidates', Contacts etc.
- Detail views of Jobs, Contacts etc.
- Creating a Task for doing a Job Description related discussion with the Hiring Manager
- Creating a task for calling candidates from the ‘Added/Refreshed’ view.
1.2 Followup Tasks
Such tasks are related to recruitment actions you do on candidates shortlisted in Jobs and meant to be used for tracking follow ups to be done on candidates in specific Jobs. You can create such tasks from the following places:
- When changing the recruitment status of a candidate for a Job, from the ‘Followup Tasks’ tab.
- When submitting candidates to a client for a Job.
- When updating recruiting status of a candidate for scheduling an interview you can create a Follow up Task for doing a post interview follow up.
- Adding a Followup Task when submitting candidates to the client for doing feedback follow up for those candidates.
1.3 Viewing Tasks
You can view and manage all of your Tasks from the following views in the Talenture RS Workbench Navigator:
- Tasks View: This displays a combined list of stand-alone and Followup tasks. Use this to view and manage all of your tasks regardless of type in a single place.
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