Your Organization (which is found under Admin > Organization) is made up of the locations, departments and job templates that it takes to run your company.
There are two steps to building your Organization.
- Add the Locations/Departments that you require.
- Assign the job templates to the Locations/Departments you added.
1. Adding Your Locations or Departments*
First, you want to configure the Locations or Departments into whatever structure you prefer. Each department/location has an address associated with it and you can add "child" locations/departments under "parent" locations/departments as desired.
- If you are a company that has one physical Location with several Departments, you may want to add one location and then add each department under it.
- If you are a company that is structured geographically, then you may want to add each physical location of your company as a Location within your Organization.
- If you are a company that is structured both geographically and departmentally, then you can set it up that way with Regions, Locations, and Departments.
*Your hiring site will include the number of locations that were requested at setup. To add more locations, please contact a Hyrell representative by calling 855-887-2965 or emailing email@example.com.
2. Assigning the Job Templates to Your Locations / Departments
Once you have the structure of your company set up in Admin > Organization, you can now add job templates to the Locations/Departments as you desire.
Because each Department/Location, by definition, already has a city, state and zip associated with it, once you assign a Template to a Location/Department, it will inherit that Location/Department's physical address.
Each position will have a city/state/zip associated with it so that applicants can find the job on internet job boards or search for relevant open positions on your company career page.
Once you have built your Organization you can now assign additional users to various parts of the company; post jobs; etc.
There is a terminology difference that comes into play here. A Position in your Library is referred to as a "Template," as it is independent of any Location/Department. Once you have Assigned a Template to Location/Department, it is then referred to as a Position and is considered unique.
Continue on to Step #4: Adding Users