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The Activity object is used to represent an activity for a candidate performed by a user.
The Application Object is used to represent a candidate's journey through a particular Job's recruiting process. If a Candidate applies for multiple Jobs, there will be a separate Application for each Job if the third-party integration allows it.
The Candidate object is used to represent profile information about a given Candidate. Because it is specific to a Candidate, this information stays constant across applications.
The EEOC object is used to represent the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission information for a candidate (race, gender, veteran status, disability status).
The Job object can be used to track any jobs that are currently or will be open/closed for applications.
The JobInterviewStage object is used to represent a particular recruiting stage for an Application. A given Application typically has the JobInterviewStage object represented in the current_stage field.
The Offer object is used to represent an offer for a candidate's application specific to a job.
The Office object is used to represent an office within a company. A given Job has the Office ID in its offices field.
The RejectReason object is used to represent a reason for rejecting an application. These can typically be configured within an ATS system.
The ScheduledInterview object is used to represent a scheduled interview for a given candidate’s application to a job. An Application can have multiple ScheduledInterviews depending on the particular hiring process.
The Scorecard object is used to represent an interviewer's candidate recommendation based on a particular interview.
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