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Role is where you begin your journey to identify and configure the skills you need for the roles in your organization.

A user can see and click into the roles within their reporting structure.

The Program Administrator can see and click into all the roles in the organization.

There are 3 things primary functions in Roles:

  1. Configuring skills for a role
  2. Skills comparisons of your employees to their roles
  3. Suggesting courses to your employees

Configure skills for a role

Role details

tilr automatically imports the role details from the HRIS or CSV.

Role details

If the role details are blank, manually import by:

  • Clicking on the pencil icon
  • Copy and paste the role details into the text box
  • Click Save
Manually importing role details
Extract Skills

The first time visiting the Roles screen, click the Extract Skills button. tilr reads the role details and parses the skills to create the skills profile.

Should have | Nice to Have | Bonus

When tilr parses the skills, it organizes the skills into 3 categories - should have, nice to have, and bonus.

This categorization is based on real-time market data for job postings with that job title. In the top of the 'Should have' list is the skills that most frequently appear in job postings with that job title. Moving down to 'Bonus' are skills that don't tend to appear in job posting.

Hover the mouse over any skill to see the frequency in which that skill appears in job posting now.

Reading this example from a Front End Developer role, tilr is saying that scanning approximately 72,000 job postings for roles with a Front End Developer job title, the JavaScript skill appears in 40% of those job postings.

Reconfiguring the Should have | Nice to Have | Bonus

Easily reconfigure the skills profile to reflect the role at your organization.

  • Drag and drop a skill from any category into another.
    tilr automatically places the skill in the list based on the % job postings that include that skill
  • Delete a skill using the trash icon 🗑
  • Add a skill manually by searching and selecting a skill from the search bar
  • Recommended Skills is tilr suggesting skills based on real-time market data.
    These are skills that are not in the role details but are in demand by the market for this role.

Once the skills are configured then move to Skills Comparison.

Skill Comparison

Skills comparison gives you the tools to compare role's skills profile to people's skills profile. And add Aspire Skills and Suggest Courses based on skills gaps.

To get started, click the Skill Comparison button in the top right corner of the screen.

Skills Comparison button
Select Members

Select the employees to compare their skills profile to the role's skills profile.

Recommended Members - tilr surfaces the employees with the closest skills profiles. Select two or more employees and click "Compare Members".

Suggesting courses

For any skill that an employee doesn't have on their skills profile, select that skill and click "Suggest courses".

This course will be pinned to the top of that employee's Fine Courses screen.

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