Finding the best talent is the key to any successful organization, but it doesn’t stop at hiring – it’s just as important to support new hires, empower them to be productive and successful in their new role. Sapling provides significant improvements for your People Operations team and Hiring Managers, while completely streamlining the Candidate and Employee experience through the Kallidus Recruit Integration.

How it Works

Setting up the Integration Step-by-Step

Step #1. Retrieve your Sapling API Key

  1. Navigate to the Integrations → Kallidus→ Recruit

  2. Copy your API Key

  3. Select Next then Activate

Step #2. Enable the Recruit Integration

  1. Reach out to your Kallidus Recruit Customer Success Manager.

  2. The integration must be enabled in Kallidus Recruit by your Customer Success Manager.


Hire better people, faster with Kallidus Recruit. Built to provide a seamless recruitment experience from start to finish and designed for in-house recruitment teams, Kallidus Recruit gives full visibility of every part of the recruitment journey.

Integration Fields

Sapling is continually expanding the number of fields that sync between Kallidus Recruit and Sapling. Here is a full list of the fields that can flow over to Kallidus Recruit to Sapling:

Standard Fields

  • First Name

  • Last Name

  • Preferred Name

  • Personal Email

  • Start Date

  • Job Title

  • Department

  • Location

  • Status

  • Employment Status

  • Source

Custom Fields

For custom fields, please reach out to your Kallidus Recruit Customer Success Manager.

Key Factors to be aware of


  • Only Super Admins and Admins with access to integrations will be able to enable the Kallidus Recruit Integration within Sapling.

API Keys

  • Disabling this integration will clear setup details. If you enable the integration again, a new set of API keys will render any existing API keys invalid and will break any current integrations. Only disable the integration to generate new keys only if you're certain you need them.

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