Configure company information
The Admin center in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent: Attract contains configuration settings, integration options, and setup options for the Attract application.
Enter a display name for the company, and add a company logo. The display name and logo can then be used on job posts and during the onboarding experience.
Set up the integration with LinkedIn Recruiter System Connect (RSC). After you connect to LinkedIn by using your LinkedIn credentials, you can sync a candidate's LinkedIn profile, applications, interview feedback, and hiring team notes. A full LinkedIn recruiter license is required. For more information about LinkedIn Recruiter, see Recruiter System Connect (RSC) – FAQ.
Assign roles to users in your organization. The following roles are available: Admin, Recruiter, Hiring manager, and Read-only. For more information about user permissions, see Security and role management in Attract.
As new features are added, they might be released in a public preview. Public preview features don't meet all service requirements. By receiving them, you agree to share your data with external systems. You might find that your organization doesn't require all the new features that are released. You can turn public preview features off and on, depending on your organization's needs.
A process template contains all the activities that should be included as part of the hiring process for a job. Your organization can allow either all team members or just admins to create hiring process templates. To allow team members to create their own hiring process templates, turn on the Template management functionality. For more information about process templates, see Process templates in Attract.
Email template settings
You can configure the approval process for job offers. For example, you can specify whether an offer must be approved before it's sent to a candidate. You can also require that approvers leave a comment with their offer decision.
Two approval workflows are available: Parallel and Sequential.
- Parallel – Approvals are sent to all approvers at the same time.
- Sequential – Approvals are sent to the approvers in a specific order.
You can also configure options that are related to the candidate experience. For example, one option lets you specify whether candidates can decline an offer without additional discussion. If you set the Allow candidates to decline an offer without additional discussion option to No, the Decline offer button is available to candidates. If you set this option to Yes, candidates can decline the offer by selecting a reason and then selecting Decline offer.
You can also set and enforce an expiration date for offers. If you set the Require an expiration date for all offers option to Yes, offers expire after the number of hours or days that you specify.
For more information about offer management, see Set up offer management.