Compa Index connects with Greenhouse seamlessly via an API integration. Our data science engine structures offer data to provide powerful internal reporting and to connect you to real-time, offers-based market data.

This document contains details on resources required to complete the Greenhouse integration and the scope of data shared.


Completing your integration

It takes less than 10 minutes to connect Greenhouse to Compa. Greenhouse users with Admin access can follow these instructions: Compa integration.

Once Greenhouse is connected, your compensation team will receive a questionnaire regarding your company info, compensation programs, and career architecture. We recommend setting aside 20-30 minutes to complete.

Compa’s implementation team will integrate your offer data from Greenhouse in combination with questionnaire responses and schedule time with you to review for accuracy.


Integration scope of data

The following table summarizes the scopes required to connect Compa Index to Greenhouse.

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Requirement

Notes

Application

Required

Used to tie an application to the correct job(s) and tie one or many offers to an application

Custom Fields

Required

Contain pay elements for an offer

May also contain job family, level or location for jobs

Department

Required

Provides the name for a department

Offer

Required

Ties custom fields to an offer

Office

Required

Provides the name for an office

Job

Required

Contains most necessary info about a job: department IDs, Office IDs

Job Opening

Optional

May contain additional custom fields related to jobs like job family, level, or location

Job Stage

Optional

Used to limit applications synced to those at or after a certain stage, e.g., phone screen

Rejection Reason

Optional

Used to display rejection reasons on rejected offers

User

Optional

Used to create inactive users in Compa for each Greenhouse user, which can be activated manually by Customer Success


Contact your sales representative or email help@trycompa.com to get answers to any additional questions you may have about Compa Index.

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