By default, evaluation ratings are visible to all members of a job's hiring team. Members not on the hiring team won't be able to see any evaluations for the job.
When a group of hiring team members is invited to an event (interview, call), their evaluations for that event and pipeline stage are hidden from each other until they submit their own evaluation. The only exception to this rule is Admins & Recruiting Admins, who can always see evaluations.
Note: Changes in hiring team access made after an evaluation is submitted won't affect its visibility. For example, if a hiring manager's role is updated to recruiting admin post-submission, they'll only see other evaluations after submitting their own.
Hiring team members invited to the event
- Will not see evaluations from other event invitees for that pipeline stage until they submit their own evaluation. The evaluation will remain hidden even if they are @mentioned in someone else's evaluation. A question mark will appear next to the candidates' names, pointing out that their evaluations are temporarily hidden.
- Will see evaluations from previous stages and from users not invited to the event.
Hiring team members not invited to the event
- Will see all evaluations for the candidates under the jobs they access.
Admins & Recruiting Admins
- Will see all evaluations. Since admins may arrange many interviews for which they do not need to attend or leave feedback, they will always see others' evaluations, even if they are invited to an event. This enables them to make process decisions without having to submit their own arbitrary feedback.
For the example event above:
- If Alexia and Eduardo are invited to an interview with the candidate and Alexia submits her evaluation first, Eduardo will not be able to see the rating or notes from Alexia for this pipeline stage until he adds his own evaluation. They will be able to see evaluations from previous pipeline stages.
- Natalie is an Admin user, so she'll see their evaluations as they come in. She'll know if the candidate should be moving ahead or what next steps to take.
- Hiring team members who were not invited to the specific event will be able to see others' evaluations at that stage right away. For example, let's say the candidate had an interview before that call with John. Since this interview was executed in a different stage, John can immediately see all the evaluations in the following stages.