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Proficiency Rating and Required Proficiency Are Using Different Names on a Person's Competency Profile Despite Referring to The Same Content Item (Doc ID 2760587.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Profile Management Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using Job Model Profiles, if an employee goes to:

home/me/career and performance/skills and qualifications

And adds a competency item to their talent profile, if that competency item is also in the job model profile, they will see the following:

The "Proficiency Rating' and the "Required Proficiency Level" should be reflecting the same thing. For example, the required proficiency to do a job is 'skilled', the proficiency rating should also reflect the same terminology: 'skilled' or 'expert 'etc.

However it can be observed that the "Proficiency Rating" is using the 'Short Description' field from the Proficiency profile rating model but the "Required Proficiency Level" is using the 'Name' from the profile rating model

Therefore, the values might not always correlate logically with each other, depending on the rating model setup.

Take the following example:

Example of a Rating Model:
Name Description Short Description
Level 1 Level 1 - Beginner or Equivalent Beg equivalent
Level 2 Level 2 - Skilled or Equivalent Skl Equivalent
Level 3 Level 3 - Expert or Equivalent Exp Equivalent


When the competency item is added to the person's profile, it will look like this:

However,  the correct behaviour should be that both 'Self Evaluation' and 'Required Proficiency' both use the same field of 'Name'. It should look like this:




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