This role lets you use the appraisal features to check the work of department reviewers and manage exception employees in the department. You can also store items in personal folders for further research.
This role lets you review items and mark items within the department, export items, and generate and view reports. You can also store items in personal folders for further research.
In a Compliance Accelerator environment where you have implemented Chinese Walls security, this role permits the selected user to be assigned to other roles in the department or in the research folders that are associated with the department.
This role lets you receive the items that other reviewers in the department have escalated to a higher authority for further review. Departments lower in the hierarchy inherit this role, so an escalation reviewer automatically has access to nested departments.
Apply Bulk Actions to Escalations.
Apply Comments to Escalations.
Apply Review Action to Escalations.
Change Escalation Status.
This role lets you search the items of exception employees to whom you are assigned. You can also review and mark the items, export them, and generate and view reports. You can also store items in personal folders for further research.
This role let you view items and export items from the department. You can also generate and view reports, and use the appraisal features to check and mark the work of department reviewers. You cannot apply review status marks to items.
Apply Appraisal Status.
This role lets you create searches within the department and manage department hotwords. You can also configure the monitoring policy that is assigned to employees and generate and view reports. In addition, you can assign exception reviewers to specific employees.
This role lets you manage the properties of the department and of monitored employees. You can also assign department roles to users, generate and view reports on department details, and review progress.
In addition, you can manage the personal folders in which users have stored items for further research.