Hire by Google, Microsoft's rival platform to LinkedIn has presented a feature designed for the re-use of candidacies to previous positions for new job offers that are generated.
This will enable recruiters or, directly, the human resources departments of companies to save time by having candidates from previous offers instead of having to seek new applications for new positions and perform the corresponding screens in new processes from scratch to be with a small group of people from which to choose the one or those that cover the new vacancies.
This feature is now operational, although it does so in beta. The idea is that, after a simple search, it understands what the recruiters or human resources managers are looking for and where they are looking for it, taking a short list of already known candidates who meet the requirements for the new positions, taking into account He also has other aspects of his previous candidacies.
At this point, Google points out that Hire allows recruiters to search and filter based on previous interactions with the candidates, as feedback from previous interviews, with more possibilities for those who had positive ratings, or if they received previous offers, with more possibilities those who declined the same in front of those who were rejected.
Google gives as an example the search for "Bay Area sales manager", so the characteristic will understand the qualities that candidates to be a sales manager must meet and that belong to the Bay Area so that, taking into account the results of previous processes of your candidacies, it can generate a new list with the best candidates.
This article was written and published in Spanish and has been translated into English. Click here to read the original article.
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