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Offer Approval and Offer Letters: Introduction and Overview

Describes the Offer Approval and Offer Letters features in Paycor Recruiting.

OFFER APPROVAL LETTER

The Offer Approval is an optional feature that adds an email-driven workflow where Recruiting users can submit a candidate's offer for approval, have other stakeholders review it, and then approve or deny that offer.

What is the process?

  1. In Recruiting, on a candidate's profile, click Request Offer Approval.
  2. The request is sent to one of your Approval Managers (Admin/Staffing Users).
  3. The Approval Managers build the approval process.
  4. Recruiting alerts people and ask them to Approve or Deny the offer.
  5. After everyone has approved, Recruiting notifies the appropriate people.

How to Enable the Offer Approvals feature:

Important: You must have Adminstrator access to perform this task.

  1. In Recruiting, go to Admin > Approvals.
  2. Under Offer Approval heading, in the On/Off About field, click to turn it On.

See these related Offer Approval articles:

OFFER LETTERS 

What are Offer Letters? 

Our Offer Letter feature digitizes the offer creation process. It is an optional feature that complements the Offer Approval process and makes it quick and easy to send an offer letter with pre-approved offer information easily filled in. 

Note:

  • You must have the Offer Approval feature enabled to use Offer Letters.
  • If you are an administrator and your own approver, you can skip through Offer Approval to generate an offer letter.
    • But you must run the candidate through Offer Approval first! 

How to Enable the Offer Letters feature:

Important: You must have Adminstrator access to perform this task.

  1. In Recruiting, go to Admin > Approvals.
  2. Under Offer Letters heading, in the Settings field, click "Enable Offer Letters"

See these related Offer Letters articles:

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