Gets all updated employee table data

This API is merely an optimization to avoid downloading all table data for all employees. When you use this API you will provide a timestamp and the results will be limited to just the employees that have changed since the time you provided. This API operates on an employee-last-changed-timestamp, which means that a change in ANY field in the employee record will cause ALL of that employees table rows to show up via this API.

Sample Response

<table id="jobInfo">
    <employee id="123" lastChanged="2012-10-29T11:54:00Z">
        <row>
            <field id="date">2010-06-01</field>
            <field id="location">New York Office</field>
            <field id="division">Sprockets</field>
            <field id="department">Research and Development</field>
            <field id="jobTitle">Machinist</field>
            <field id="reportsTo">John Smith</field>
        </row>
        <row>
            <field id="date">2009-06-01</field>
            <field id="location">New York Office</field>
            <field id="division">Sprockets</field>
            <field id="department">Research and Development</field>
            <field id="jobTitle">Shop hand</field>
            <field id="reportsTo">John Smith</field>
        </row>
    </employee>
    <employee id="456">
        <row>
            <field id="date">2005-03-01</field>
            <field id="location">Los Angelos Office</field>
            <field id="division">Marketing</field>
            <field id="department">Creative</field>
            <field id="jobTitle">Designer</field>
            <field id="reportsTo">Jane Doe</field>
        </row>
    </employee>
</table>

Sample URL (Unencoded)

https://api.bamboohr.com/api/gateway.php/testcorp/v1/employees/changed/tables/jobInfo?since=2012-19-29T11:53:05Z

Sample URL (Encoded)

https://api.bamboohr.com/api/gateway.php/testcorp/v1/employees/changed/tables/jobInfo?since=2012-19-29T11%3A53%3A05Z

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