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Version: 7.0
Question: 1

Which answer type can be used to create a Disqualification Questions? (Choose the best answer.)

A. True or False Answer
B. Text Answer
C. Single Answer
D. Multiple Answer

Answer: D

Question: 2

Your recruiters are staffing a university career fair, and would like the Create Candidate feature to display a shortened form with just a few fields to capture contact information and source. In which two ways can you configure this in the system? (Choose two.)

A. Activate a second file for creating candidate profiles within Candidate File Setup.
B. Create an additional Create Candidate file that requires only Name, Phone, Email, and Candidate Source.
C. Contextualize the existing Create Candidate file to require only Contact Information and Source fields for professional positions.
D. Modify Candidate File Setup to make Contact Information and Source fields optional.

Answer: A, B

Question: 3

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Your client needs to ensure that all candidates hired into the Accounting department take a mandatory accounting skills test. When constructing this Candidate Selection Workflow (CSW), what two steps must you take to ensure that this is enforced for this job type? (Choose two.)

A. Set the user type permissions to allow recruiters to view restricted steps.
B. Duplicate the primary CSW and add the Assessment step. Save and contextualize this CSW to the job type.
C. Ensure that the Assessment Test step in the primary CSW is contextualized to the job type.
D. Mark the Assessment step that you added to the new CSW as Mandatory.
E. Set the qualifiers in this step to automatically collect the test results.

Answer: B

Question: 4

Your client reports that although their candidates often browse open positions via a mobile device, they prefer to complete applications on a personal or desktop computer (PC).
For such candidates, which feature should be enabled in the system so that they can revert to jobs that they saved during the mobile search process or completion on a PC? (Choose the best answer.)

A. Job Cart
B. Job Search Acknowledgement Message
C. Email to a Friend
D. Recently Viewed Jobs
E. Mobile Search

Answer: A

Question: 5

A user reports that he or she is not receiving the ACE candidate alerts that you set up in the system. What are three reasons for this issue? (Choose three.)

A. The user does not have access to the Recruiting Center.
B. The user does not have access to the requisition type of the requisition.
C. The user does not belong to the user group of the requisition.
D. The user does not have ACE candidate alerts configured in his or her profile.
E. The setting ACE Alert Option Default was not turned on in Recruiting Settings.

Answer: A, B, D

Question: 6

When configuring a Candidate Selection Workflow (CSW), why is it important to designate a completion status within a step? (Choose the best answer.)

A. It allows a candidate to progress from one step to another, even if some activities are not completed in the step.
B. It allows the candidate to progress to the next step in the CSW.
C. It terminates the Candidate Selection process.
D. It requires that all mandatory actions be completed before a hire can be completed.
E. It requires that all non-mandatory actions be considered, but not necessarily completed, before progressing to the next step.

Answer: B