As a new HR Manager in an IT company looking to hire developers, are there any tips on how to shortlist the best resumes and call them out for an interview. For someone with no technical experience, is there a basic principle one can follow to choose the best resumes? 

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No need to sort of resumes manually and shortlist candidates. With the advent of resume parser, candidate data is extracted from resumes and stored in fields such as contact details, skills, experience, qualifications etc. This is the easiest and quickest way to get quality candidates.

Also, if you want to use a resume parser with no-code integration, there are many options available in the market at low cost. One of the examples of such a resume parser is CandidateZip.

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