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- 1 Short Description
- 2 Business Description
- 3 Custom Actions
- 4 Processes
- 5 Related Features
- 6 Related Integrations
- 7 Structure
- 8 Mentioned in other articles
- 9 Technical Description
- 10 Dev Notes
Stores electronic versions of documents
Documents it is a module where can be store electronic versions of documents, which can be added from the subpanel Documents in other modules or created in this module. Documents can be added in modules such as:
- Terms of Employment,
- Exit Interviews,
These are also subpanels in the record detail view in the Documents module itself. There can also be add materials and documents used for marketing and commercial purposes. The system allows to set the appropriate document category from values such as: Marketing, Knowledge Base, Sales.
The range of possibilities for adding different types of documents is wide. There can be attached documents with various extensions, for example doc, xlsx, pdf or jpg. The attached file can be downloaded by all users who have access to it by clicking on the file in the File Name field.
There can also be added the next version of the same document by using the Documents Revisions subpanel.
The Document record can have various statuses: Active, Draft, FAQ, Expired, Under Review or Pending.
It is also possible to create a links between different documents and theirs revisions.
|Competencies and Skills||Management of employees' competences and skills|
|Employment History||The description of functionalities enabling documentation collection and analysis related to terms of employment of employees|
|Job Description||The description of the functionalities associated with workplace|
|Leave Management||Managing employee absences in the office|
|Offboarding||How to start and conduct an offboarding process|
|Onboarding||How to start and conduct na onboarding process|
|Recruitment||The recruitment process with a description of all records needed to carry it out|
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