Team Members

Hireforce makes it easy to collaborate with co-workers. One of the first things you'll want to do when getting started on Hireforce is to invite team members.

Manage your team members and their account permission at the Team Members page

Invite Member
  1. Click + Invite member in the top right corner

  1. Add the email addresses and select the role of the team members you would like to add with these access permissions.

Accept Invitation
  • Check your inbox and find the email from support@hireforce.io with the subject: "Has invited you to join on Hireforce"

  • Click on Accept Invitation, then it will navigate to the Job page in Hireforce

If you can't access it after clicking Accept Invitation, you can copy the link below and paste it to your browser address

Edit Member
  1. Click the Edit icon on the right of the member you need to edit.

  2. Edit the information, then click Save.

You can change the roles of members whose roles are lower than yours. Here’s how it works based on your role:

  • Owner: As the Owner who is Admin at the top of the member list you have the highest level of access. You can edit the roles of all members in your organization, including Admins.

  • Admin: If you are an Admin but not the Owner, you can edit the roles of Members and Limited Members.

  • Member: As a Member, you can edit the roles of Limited Members.

Only the Admin can assign members to department access so it can help match those members to the job hiring team accordingly if the departments are matched.

In Assign to department, select available departments to give access. then click Save.

Role and Permission

Users in your Hireforce account can have different permissions and take on different roles for jobs you're recruiting for.

Admin can access all candidates, jobs, and settings and fully manage the company's account and members. They can view, edit, and delete all items with restricted visibility except for note editing and deleting other owners.

  • Owner: As the Owner who is Admin at the top of the member list you have the highest level of access. You can edit the roles of all members in your organization, including Admins.

  • Admin: If you are an Admin but not the Owner, you can edit the roles of Members and Limited Members.

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