Microsoft Dynamics 365
on 12/9/2019 9:50:30 PM
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The date could also be used to trigger a job evaluation (a client requirement I often come across).
The ability to retire jobs or identify as inactive should be basic functionality to support the management of structures in the system for both occupancy and the ability to report for business intelligence. This is a great idea.
This is crucial for my organisation as otherwise when creating new positions old jobs could be used. I have raised this with MS and they stated it is expected behaviour but for me - if you can have active/inactive positions why not in Jobs
That is very good idea. After few months we have many jobs which should not be used now but there is no way how to retire them.