It’s the knack of closing more jobs in less time that lands you here in Recruitment. Technology has gone by far with Industry standards to make your work a lot easier then it used to be. So here’s the thing; either match resumes to job advertised or vice versa. This really seems to be an interesting preposition as more can be done in lesser time, but how?
With help of Semantic Search we can look for best candidate in our Talent pool and match him with the skills required. Here we don’t need to hover through each resume as semantic makes our task easier to get right profiles in-time. Making your search proficient and providing best people for the job now a lot easy and effective.
Let’s see the other side of coin here; matching resumes to jobs advertised sounds fantastic but only possible with technology and right tool. So I’m sharing my insights
1 You can know which resumes are potentially interesting for a particular job description.
2 Fact- 23% of the resumes do not have a Resume Body field and 90% are missing the Summary field. So insist candidates on having both.
3 The opportunity to bring resume-specific language that is related to the job into the query.
4 We got to know common words found on resumes-
helping, achieving, delivering, creating, executing, implementing, solving, winning, selling, including, developing, using, managing, leading, growing, closing, providing, building, consulting, coaching, negotiating
Like this a lot more can be extracted and this definitely implicates your selection quality. So choose your sides wisely before you make the next selection.
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