Recruiter rights to use the process steps in the dossier (authorization to work in the process / dossiers)
Admin rights to edit the process steps in the settings of the application process.
General information on process steps and step types
In the 'Settings' you can define which 'steps' your recruiting process should contain. Dualoo has a total of nine possible process steps, two of which (acception and rejection) are mandatory in each process.
The step types can be added to the application process multiple times. Make sure to rename the name unambiguously. Example Step Type: Interview once with the name "Interview No. 1" and then a second time with the name "Interview No. 2".
In principle, completing a step always triggers a subsequent step (exception: 'process interruption' - more on this here). The order of the steps in the operational process can be made individually per candidate by the 'recruiter'. This means that the 'recruiter' can also jump directly to the 'rejection' and skip the 'interview', for example. When adding the next process step, a 'responsible person' must also always be included. This person receives an e-mail as soon as he or she is responsible for a step. This ensures that the process never stops.
Overview of the different step types
Fields / Placeholders
(current naming: one-day internship)
Date of acceptance
Here you can get to the article, which answers the following questions:
How are the individual step types structured?
Which step types are there and how are they used?