BALANCEtrak > Administrative Settings > Special Tools by Reference Table
RETURN TO: Reference Tables
- Applicant Status
- About Auto Assign and Status
- Order Values (for use with Auto Assign)
- Job Code
- Import a Job Description for a Single Job Code
- Import a Job Description for Multiple Job Codes
- [Business unit] Code
- About [Business unit] Codes and Multiple Career Pages
- Assign to Career Page
- (Two-Stage Process) Applicant Stage
Administrators: Because Reference Tables are integral to proper software operation, please do the following before making changes:
- Review this article, and Reference Tables, as linked above.
- Consult Berkshire's Product Support at a firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (800) 882-8904, for guidance.
Use Tools for a Specific Reference Table
Special tools are available, based on the Reference table.
First, select Administrative Settings > Reference Tables. Then select one of the tables^ from the upper toolbar (listed under Key Topics above), and refer to the instructions below.
^Reminder: Tables in your BALANCEtrak installation may be labeled with organization-specific titles.
About Auto Assign and StatusAlthough a Job Seeker’s PRESCREENER responses may trigger multiple applicant statuses, BALANCEtrak can only “Auto Assign” one Status to a Job Seeker. Therefore, the Administrator can place these options in order of priority, by accessing the Applicant Status Reference table.
Order Values (for use with Auto Assign)Select the Applicant Status table from the upper drop-down, and choose the [Order Values] button from the table header bar. If both applicant stage and applicant disposition levels are being used, buttons will be available for both Reference tables.
From the Order Status page, move an applicant Status up or down in priority, by using the [Up/down arrows] on the right side of the entry. When the status positions are completed, [Save] the changes.
Note: Table names may vary, according to system settings.
Job CodeBy accessing the Job Code Reference table via Administrative Settings, default job-description files can be imported into BALANCEtrak from Word. The system will then parse the documents into the designated Job Description Sections.
First, select the Job Code table from the Select Table drop-down; then follow the applicable instructions below.
Import a Default Job Description for a Single Job Code
Quick Tip: The system operates best when section headers in the imported document are bold, italic, or larger in size. You may also want to use header terms that match those used by the system. (To open an existing Job Description, select Edit in the Job Description column, where a link is available.)
Click the [Import Job Descriptions] button, located in the upper toolbar, to initiate this process:
- Browse and locate the file on your computer. Then, click the [Next] button.
- A menu appears to: Identify Section Headers. By default, the drop-downs will display every paragraph detected in the imported document.
- Return to the top of the page. From the Identify Section Headers menu, check the box for each of the BALANCEtrak Sections to include. Then, for each checked-off Section, choose matches from the corresponding Section Header and Next Section Header drop-downs.
- The Identify Job Code/Job Title menu displays. Locate an existing Job Code, using the drop-down, or select: Add New Code. Check the box to overwrite (erase and replace) the previous default Job Description.^
- Click the [Import] button.
- After import, view: Import Results.
Note: The Beginning of Document tag is available for the first Section Header; and the End of Document tag is available for the last Next Section Header. The system identifies the beginning and end of each Section, using these selections. The end of the one Section is typically, but not always, the beginning of the next.Click [Next].
^ Select overwrite if a default Job Description already exists in the system. Any current Job Descriptions (i.e., stored within a Requisition) will not be affected.
The file will be added to the Imported Job Descriptions list. Make any necessary edits by clicking the [Job Description File Name] and following the instructions to: Edit an Existing Job Description.
However, when working in a default Job Description, only one option is available for applying edits — As appropriate, check the box for: Yes. Apply changes to all open or pending requisitions that use this job code.
Import Default Job Descriptions for Multiple Job CodesPlease familiarize yourself with the process for a single Job Code, described above.
Prepare Files: Before importing a group of Job Descriptions, review the steps for importing a single Job Description (above). Documents that are imported together must use the same Word template. If any document relies on a different template, you will have to import it separately.
Each file should include:
- File name that includes Job Title and/or a Job Code
- A section within the document that identifies the Job Title and/or Job Code (e.g., “Job Title: Diversity Coordinator”)
Begin: Zip the group of document files together. Then click the [Import Job Descriptions] button to initiate the import process:
- Browse and locate the Zip file. Click [Next].
- The Identify Section Headers menu displays, using the first document in the Zip file as a template for all others.
- If the drop-downs are too extensive, use Filters (at the bottom of the page). Click [Next].
- The Identify Job Code/Job Title menu displays — Choose how the system should find the job code or title:
•  By File Name
•  Within File — Select the Job Code format, either By Job Title or By Job Code; and, if necessary, enter the delimiter.
- If the Job Code in a document is not found, designate one from the drop-down; or click: Add New Code (and follow the prompts).
- View Import Results.
[Business unit] Code
About [Business unit] Codes and Multiple Career PagesDepending on your organization's language, codes may be for location, division, subsidiary, or other unit. If multiple branded Career pages were set up during Implementation, these unit codes can be used to ensure openings are posted on your intended page.
Important Caution: If you are an Administrator and have questions about changing these settings, please contact Berkshire's Product Support to ensure your organization's Career pages show accurate information.
Assign to Career PageFirst, display the [Business unit] Code table on the References Table screen, using the Select Table drop-down. Choose [Assign to Career Page] from the table header. Then, select the target page from the Career pages drop-down. Next, using the radio buttons, choose to display the menu of [Business unit] Codes:
- By Career Page
- By [Business unit] Code
From the menu, check off one or more codes to include. Click [Save].
(Two-Stage Process) Applicant StageFor each Reference Code, describing an Applicant Stage, an optional Notification system can be developed to alert user groups when particular applicant-related phases are initiated.
The Notification column will display links for Add or Edit , which enable set-up of a new Notification or the editing of an existing one, respectively. By accessing these links, Email Templates can be selected from a provided drop-down (or changed), and Notification audiences can be selected (or updated) by radio button:
- By User — Check boxes for email addresses will display for selection.
- By Function Profile — A check-box list of Profiles will display for selection.
Click [Save] to apply the settings.