The system has three types of accounts: an employee, an administrator and a hiring manager. The admin account provides the users with management functionality.
There are two types of admins in AmazingHiring - with or without search rights.
Administrator without search rights (access to the search engine) can only view the quantitative statistics of company employee. The administrator can't see the actual requests, profiles or comments or perform search.
Administrators with search rights can both use the search engine and view the company statistics.
Overall, admin functionality enables you to do the following:
Manage user seats
In order to check out general information about your corporate account such as license period, a number of paid seats etc, just point at the "Account" section in the left sidebar and choose the "Company" tab.
You can also provide your employee with administrator rights but remember that in this case you will no longer be able to manage this user as administrators can not change their accounts' rights.
You can filter the user list based on a user role (all/administrator/employee), search ability (with search/without search) and user status (active/deleted/not active).
You can check the “Hiring Manager” tab to learn more about the number of hiring managers, who have access to folders within your company account.
By adjusting hiring managers’ default settings you can choose what information, such as contacts, candidates’ personal info, tags and comments inside folders will be visible for a hiring manager. You can make all the additional information inaccessible to hiring managers, so they will only be able to see the technical skills of a candidate and his employment history.
In order to check how the subscription has been utilised by the team, point at the "Account" section in the left sidebar and choose the "Statistics" tab.
Here you can find three main sections, which contain information about certain types of user activity: Search activity, Pipeline management and Messaging.
To customise your report please use filters. You can set the data range, specify the user role (admin or employee), their status (active or deleted) or access to the search functionality (with or without search rights). Also, you're able to see the data about particular users. Learn more here.
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