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Are Those 100's of Resumes in your Inbox Scaring You? Don't let them, do this Instead...

May 23, 2019 12:00:00 PM

You've got your recruiting process down, you're posting requisitions to multiple different job boards and have been receiving a lot of resumes and applications. It seems like you see far more applications than you're used to, almost an overwhelming amount.

Getting such a significant response to your job posting is fantastic; a larger applicant pool gives you more choices. However, the problem now is figuring out which are the most qualified candidates in a sea of resumes.

That’s where Proliant’s Applicant Tracking System comes into play.

Through our integration with ClearCompany, we have created the ultimate applicant organization tool designed to make managing resumes and applicants more straightforward than ever.

Let's get you started at the top: sorting through the massive amount of resumes you've received. You've posted a job for a mid-level salesperson with at least two years' experience and knowledge of the technology industry. You received 200 resumes from hopeful candidates across multiple job boards with more coming in every day. You sorting through each resume 1-by-1 would be tedious, so here's where we come in.

Passive Candidate Sourcing lets you see keywords of job titles, years of experience, industry knowledge, and more. Our system automatically searches through the mass of resumes for those keywords. Once the system finds a resume with matching keywords, it will sort them into a "qualified" category and discard the other non-matching applications.

Now, you'll only see resumes that include the skills, knowledge, and experience that you need. These categories save you the time and effort of having to search through every single application.

You've narrowed the resumes into a handful of qualified candidates that you want to interview, but what about those applicants that barely missed the cut? That's where Talent Communities come in handy. Keep the resumes of the applicants that might be perfect for future job openings within the database. Just like the initial resume sorting, you can search through the saved resumes by keywords as well to once again cut down on time spent.

 

If you, or your team, are spending way too much time sorting through resumes of unqualified candidates, schedule a demo. See how we can reorganize and reinvigorate your hiring process.

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