Position Groups

Position Groups

Position groups are used for creating a general group of positions that includes all roles that may be suitable for a job or roster shift.

For example, you may create a General Labourer group that comprises of the following positions across numerous awards Landscape Labourer, Construction Labourer and Removals Labourer.

Add a position group
  1. In the quick menu select the hamburger icon to open the full menu and select Awards & Agreements. Then select the Position Group tab to edit an existing Position Group or select New Position Group to add a new one. 
  2. Name the Group then choose positions from the drop-down list. Start typing the position name to filter the list.  Note only positions within your award will be available to choose from.
    • Please note if you don't have your desired position appear, you may need to add it to the award first.
  3. Click Save.
    • Note: In most cases, the Position Groups are used to assign bulk positions to an employees profile. In some cases it is used to search for employees.

 

Enabling position groups for your Operations
To enable the use of position groups in your foundU platform, you'll need to do so per Operation.
  1. Navigate to Operations > Approved Operation and select your Operation.
  2. In the Operation profile, select the Quick Settings tab and turn on the toggle for Enable Position groups. You'll notice that in the Operation overrides section a green light will then display for Position Groups.
  3. If you'd like additional Operations to use position groups, repeat steps 1 and 2 for reach Operation.

Removing a position group

Warning! Changing these groups dramatically can cause a flow-on effect to employees who have been assigned specific position groups. Please contact foundU Support (support@foundu.com.au) if you require such changes.

To remove a position from the position group:

  1. Navigate to the hamburger icon to open the full menu > Awards and Agreements.
  2. Select Position Groups and use the search to locate your position group. Edit the position group.
  3. Then click the x for the position that you'd like to remove from your position groups and then save.

 

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