Impact of Semantic Search in Recruitment

Semantic Search

Recruitment used to be a tardy and hectic process but not anymore. Thanks to far better than traditional methods of searches. The keyword search and context based searches can take hiring managers a long way in spotting unicorns in their talent pools. Also the speed of identifying the right candidate increases with semantic.

Recruiters mostly undervalue their internal databases that happen to be the perfect spot for fishing best fits. Just that you don’t have the technology to exploit, your internal databases won’t mean you can’t have access to the qualified candidates. Semantic dives into the bottom and earth the best matching CV’s to your request. It doesn’t let you create the gap in search of a Recruiter and mentioning of skills, other attributes by the applicant on a CV.

Semantic acknowledges the importance of context behind the words and phrases typed in the search tab both corresponding to the intent of which candidate has mentioned a particular attribute on a CV and how a recruiter is using that attribute to get the right fit. Exciting, right?

In the simplest form, semantic buys you time to spend with a candidate that doesn’t happen until the time you are out of the search process.

Get ready for the next year as it is going to be big regarding compliance. Your cues for 2017-:

  1. Have a coaching game plan as the LinkedIn says so.
  2. Get ready, Avg. Starting salaries to rise 3.6% in 2017 as per Robert Half show.
  3. Be ready for I-9 compliance by paycheck.
  4. Save your $37 billion to keep unproductive employees that don’t understand their jobs in the US & UK. Courtesy GPAC ?@gogpac

Next would be the adoption of semantic with existing set of solutions in place. Don’t worry; Rchilli has made its Semantic search-match module completely customizable and adjustable which is a plug-n- play feature for the recruiters. Our semantic ensures we speak the same language that your current systems endorse and we enhance the existing search capabilities of the system as well.

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