Let’s invite a user to Kamsa.
For this example, the user will have the role of a Recruiter. The type of role defines the pages the user can see. The Level Descriptions page on Career Paths and the Help Center will display for all users.
The users with this Recruiter role will have a limited view of Kamsa, and the pages they will be able to navigate to are defined by the role permissions.
The pages that the Recruiter role can view are Market Compensation (Company tab) and they’ll be able to add new Open Jobs. The Company tab (shown as our demo company, SharkCloud) displays specific market data cuts, percentiles, and compensation ranges applicable to your organization (in other words, data for those that you currently have employees in).
Users who have access to any page within Market Compensation will also have access to the Adjustments tab, this is where they can view the custom adjustments that HR Admins have made to the compensation ranges they have access to.
When inviting an employee at your company to be a Kamsa user, go to User Management, click on Add User, and choose the respective employee from the drop-down.
The data displayed on the pages this role can view are determined by each user’s access.
1. Can see all employees
1:29 If this user can see all employees, then the Market Compensation page will display all of the applicable market data for your company. For example, all job families and market data cuts that you currently have employees within will appear on your Company page, including the internal average. Since the user’s role type determines the pages they can see or edit, they will not be able to edit or make any adjustments to your Company’s compensation ranges. When they go to Open Jobs page they will see compensation ranges for all open jobs.
2. Can see all employees, except the People department and executives
2:05 If this user can see all employees, except the People department and executives, then Kamsa will limit the market data it displays on the Market Compensation pages. Any data related to the executive job families and the entire People department will not appear on the pages this role has permission to. In this case, the Company Data page for this user will not display the compensation ranges or internal average for the People department and Executive job families. This user’s Open Jobs page will not show the ranges for any People or Executive Open Jobs.
3. Can only see employees in their org
2:45 If this user can only see employees in their org, then Kamsa will only display the relevant data for that leader’s org. For example, if the employee you set up as a user is matched to the Kamsa job match of M5 Director, Recruiting, then they will only be able to view the compensation ranges up to M4 Senior Manager. The job families displayed on their Market Compensation page will reflect the job families to which their direct reports are matched to.
The Open Jobs that appear will only reflect the job families applicable to this people leader, based on the job families that currently roll up to them.
Editing the role permissions
3:28 User and role permissions can be changed at any time. For example, let’s say this user’s role is edited to include the Employee Data page, and their access level is, “can see all employees except People department and Executives”. In that case, the user will be able to access the Employee Data page, however, any employee who is matched to the People department or executive job family will not appear on the page.
If this user can edit Employee Data, then the People or Executive Kamsa job Matches will also not appear in the Kamsa Job Match drop-downs.
Once you select the Employee, Access level, and Role (in this case Recruiter) you can enter their email and click Submit. The new user will then receive an email to set up their password and log into Kamsa.